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Alain Badiou’s Hypothesis and the Arab Left as Contemporaries of May 68

by Dabya
“What united them was not the vocabulary of classes or proletarian leadership, but the vocabulary of revolution and change in the broadest sense. For those who incorporated their bodies, thoughts, affects, and potentialities into a certain political truth procedure, and who became ‘militant[s] of this truth,’ the change had to look a certain way..”

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“Whose Identity is Mistaken?” A Review of Asad Haider’s “Mistaken Identity: Race and Class in the Age of Trump”

by Brant Roberts
“Asad Haider’s Mistaken Identity takes the reader down a different path, one bent on collective liberation through what he terms ‘insurgent universality’.”

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Review of Massimiliano Tomba’s “Insurgent Universality: An Alternative Legacy of Modernity”

by Brant Roberts
“The book is rich in potential for rethinking what kind of future we would like to strive towards and deals with lost moments in history that have often been overlooked by both historians and socialists alike.”

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Rupture in the Crime Heist Genre: Review of “La Casa de Papel”

by Brant Roberts
“The use of cultural symbols in protests is far from new but in an era where one cannot leave any ground open for the far-right to capitalize on anything in the world, the need to utilize them when appropriate is more than it seems.”