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The Balkans and Black Marxism

How can Black Marxism as an expression of the Black Radical Tradition help us critically study today’s Balkans? In his book Black Marxism, Cedric Robinson underscores the importance of feudalism and racialized social conventions for the beginnings of capitalism even while reformulating the significance of the Balkan–Eastern Mediterranean space as the periphery’s first geography of […]

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A call to rasanblaj

The Haitian-American feminist anthropologist, artist and academic Gina Athena Ulysse engages in rasanblaj: a unique feminist and decolonial practice rooted in black aesthetics and the Haitian spiritual and historical experience. This volume attempts to broaden access to contemporary black radical thought and art, especially, to Caribbean genealogies. At the core of the volume is the […]

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Liberalism and illiberalism: A postcolonial approach

This short text uses examples from US liberal imperialism to illuminate the postcolonial critique of liberalism and its standpoint. First, it thinks of the postcolonial critique as one that sees the liberal script as a constitutive boundary-drawing project. Liberalism universalizes not in opposition to but through its particularizing moves. Second, it claims that the postcolonial […]

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Anyone at home?

This study presents the current situation in the housing sector in Greece, after eight years of hard austerity policies, focusing especially on the period 2015-2019, a period of major changes. A period marked, inter alia, by the implementation and termination of the third memorandum, the escalation of refugee flows and the recovery of sectors of […]

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