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Apocalypse, Biopolitics and the Destituent State: Precarization in the Time of Cholera

Apocalypse, Biopolitics and the Destituent State: Precarization in the Time of Cholera Joseba Gabilondo  Professor of Peninsular Literature and Culture at Michigan State University and author, among other books, of Globalizaciones. La nueva Edad Media y el retorno de la diferencia [Globalizations and the New Middle Age: On the Return of Differences] (2018), published by Siglo...

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Becoming a virus

Becoming a virus      Mateo Martínez Abarca/ translated by Alicia Barrón López Philosopher, writer, and political analyst. Member of the seminar "Modernity: versions and dimensions" of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and of the CLACSO working group "Anticapitalisms and emerging sociabilities". A few years ago I had the opportunity...

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To resist is our responsibility

To resist is our responsibility Heriberto Paredes | Translated by Santi Mazarrasa Freelance journalist and resistance photographer Since March 4th, my partner and I have been working on a chronology of the COVID-19 progress around us and some other latitudes.  We live in New York, one of the epicenters for the wide...

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Reaction to the Apocaptosis

Reaction to the Apocaptosis Paco Gómez Nadal | @pgomeznadal  |  Translated by A.G. Topán Journalist, essayist and member of the collective La Voragine Reality gives us unexpected twists in its history plot. If we believed in poetic justice we could take the risk to describe as an almost global warning this coronavirus' crisis,...

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The silenced anatomy of COVID-19

The silenced anatomy of COVID-19 Maria Paula Meneses | Traslated by Alicia Barrón López Researcher Coordinator Vice-President of the CES Scientific Council Centro de Estudos Sociais/Center for Social Studies (CES) – University of Coimbra COVID-19 in numbers The new coronavirus has officially been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO); up to...

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What do we think about coronavirus?

What do we think about coronavirus? We may imagine a huge production of thoughts about the pandemia, its consequences, origins and interweavings… It is not that bad, we might yet be too on top of it all, or It might be too difficult to position oneself on quicksands… Those who...

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