A new book offers a different way of attuning ourselves to images of Black lives.
The IDF's "selfie militarism" means smiling while playing the bad guy
Disappearance is not just a euphemism for state murder; it’s intrinsic to capitalism’s need for disposable classes
Different questions about consent emerge when the photographer is both subject and shooter
A review of At the Edge of Sight: Photography and the Unseen by Shawn Michelle Smith
Jenna Brager reviews Leela Corman's graphic novel Unterzakhn, mining tenement life and for a Jewish identity without Israel.
Lauren Berlant wants you to break your New Year’s resolutions. Cruel Optimism at the beginning of the end.
On July 1, prisoners in the Pelican Bay Security Housing Unit in Northern California began a hunger strike to protest egregious human rights abuses perpetrated…
On the Casey Anthony Trial and Ruby C. Tapia’s "American Pietàs: Visions of Race, Death, and the Maternal."