CRITICAL TIMES 5:1
Now available online through Duke University Press
Contributions to this issue include calls for a non-state alternative to ensuring academic freedom, a probing look at the politics of deferral in Zionism and colonialism, and an exploration of the prefigurative possibilities emerging from the ruins of capitalism. The issue also features a special section on the future of global higher education, a roundtable on María Pia López’s Not One Less: Mourning, Disobedience, and Desire, and sketches and oil paintings by Palestinian artist Malak Mattar.
In the Midst | Blog
"In the Midst" conveys the difficulties of writing during critical times, and registers the importance of writing from within concrete, unfolding situations, of staying with the troubles of the moment, of thinking from particular grounds, and of allowing for responsive, experimental, and tentative interventions.
Critical Times, a project of the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs, is a peer reviewed open access journal published by Duke University Press with the aim of foregrounding encounters between canonical critical theory and various traditions of critique emerging from other historical legacies, seeking to highlight the multiple forms that critical thought takes today.
Critical Times seeks to reflect on and facilitate the work of transnational intellectual networks that draw upon critical theory and political practice across various world regions. Calling into question hemispheric epistemologies in order to revitalize left critical thought for these times, the journal publishes essays, interviews, dialogues, dispatches, visual art, and various platforms for critical reflection, engaging with social and political theory, literature, philosophy, art criticism, and other fields within the humanities and social sciences.