Bonnie Marranca, the longtime editor of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, speaks with the legendary performer, visual artist, composer, poet, and filmmaker.
Bonnie Marranca | May 11
Sociologist Madison Van Oort offers a firsthand account of retail worker surveillance and resistance in the fast fashion industry.
The Editors | May 4
“Blockchain technology is a tiny crack, a tiny shifting of the ass cheeks of capital, it’s a moment of potential for a temporary autonomous zone.”
Maya B. Kronic | Apr 11
A new book takes an inspiring look at wildlife species that are defying the odds and teaching important lessons about how to share a planet.
Rebecca Foster | Mar 30
Matthew Ratcliffe’s book "Grief Worlds" is a wide-ranging philosophical exploration of what it is to experience grief and what this tells us about human emotional life.
The Editors | Mar 2
Thom van Dooren's new book about efforts to save endangered snails in Hawai‘i provides valuable insight into threats to global biodiversity.
Tara Lohan / The Revelator | Jan 9
Blake Atwood, author of "Underground," chronicles how Iranians forged a vibrant, informal video distribution infrastructure when their government banned all home video technology in 1983.
The Editors | Nov 28, 2022
“What can’t go on won’t go on. Capitalism is breaking the system, meaning people’s lives and the biosphere.”
James Bradley | Oct 11, 2022
Media theorist Elizabeth Losh explains how politicians' digital strategies appeal to the same fantasies of digital connection, access, and participation peddled by Silicon Valley.
The Editors | Sep 6, 2022
An excerpt from Chomsky and Moro’s new book “The Secrets of Words.”
Noam Chomsky and Andrea Moro | Jul 7, 2022