The Values of Independent Hip-Hop in the Post-Golden Era: Hip-Hop’s Rebels (2019, Palgrave Macmillan) — by Christopher Vito

Utilizing a mixed-methods approach, this book uncovers the historical trajectory of U.S. independent hip-hop in the post-golden era, seeking to… Read More

4 weeks ago

“Nothing moved except the mirage”: Analysing Fear and Freedom in Adania Shibli’s Minor Detail — by Dr. Chaandreyi Mukherjee

Dr. Chaandreyi Mukherjee presents an academic paper that is also a book review for Palestinian author Adania Shibli's 2020 novel,… Read More

1 month ago

Prajnya Gender Talks: Muslim Women, Agency and Resistance in Kashmir — by Dr. Inshah Malik

Dr. Inshah Malik speaks in relative detail about her monograph, “Muslim Women, Agency and Resistance Politics: The Case of Kashmir”… Read More

2 months ago

The Animal Touch — by Mubashir Karim

While evaluating the writings of various philosophers and theorists like Jacques Derrida and Donna Haraway, Mubashir Karim presents an extensive… Read More

2 months ago

Possible selves of a hashtag: Moving from the theory of speech acts to cultural objects to interpret hashtags — by Gevisa La Rocca

Abstract: In recent years hashtag studies have increased their numbers. The role of hashtags becomes increasingly predominant in social media… Read More

3 months ago

Interrogating the Anthropology of Biopolitics and Education in Kashmir — by Ruhail Andrabi

Through a wide array of ideas applied from political science, anthropology, contemporary philosophy, and critical theory, Ruhail Andrabi presents an… Read More

3 months ago

Gilles Deleuze on Animals, the Cheshire Cat, and Similar Events in Lewis Carroll — Never-Before Seen Interview as Tribute

In a never-before seen interview on video (that is more a tribute than anything else), late French philosopher Gilles Deleuze… Read More

4 months ago

The (Mis)Adventures of Some Nosey Fellas — by Mubashir Karim

Mubashir Karim presents a multidisciplinary commentary that reflects on the subtle and more prominent placement of noses in a wide… Read More

4 months ago

The Subalternist Turn in Latin American Postcolonial Studies, or, Thinking in the Wake of What Went Down Yesterday (November 8, 2016) — by Gareth Williams

Gareth Williams evaluates the "subalternist turn" in Latin American postcolonial studies by seeing it through three of its variants. This… Read More

6 months ago

Savage Warfare: Violence and the Rule of Colonial Difference in Early British Counterinsurgency — by Kim A Wagner

ABSTRACT: Even as a growing body of literature has in recent years revealed the ubiquity of racialized violence within Western… Read More

6 months ago