The Native and the Refugee investigates how the spatial contexts of Native reservations in the U.S. and Palestinian refugee camps in the Middle East incubate resistance to settler colonialism. An interview with co-directors and producers, Matt Peterson and Malek Rasamny.
Editors' Note, The New Inquiry Vol. 56: Violence
The Virtual Watchers, a collaborative project between Spanish artist and researcher Joana Moll and French anthropologist Cédric Parizot, looks critically at an online platform of 20,633 volunteers across the globe surveilling the US-Mexico border
"Bourgeois Art" and "A Note to the Communist Party," essays excerpted from René Magritte: Selected Writings
We’re a few centuries into a world where truth is held to be revealed through tests. In practice, testing does little more than register social fates already at work.
An excerpt from Eduardo Rabasa's upcoming novel, A Zero-Sum Game (translated by Christina MacSweeney).
In art that defines itself by what it withholds from public view lies the challenge for us to do the same
Editorial note to TNI Vol. 54: Bugs
Editorial note to TNI Vol. 52: New Masses
A supercut of Donald Trump saying his own name.
An editor's note about your blogs, and ours.
If all writing in public is a form of seduction, then the interview is one of the subtlest come-ons.
Appetite binds you to the social and develops a taste for it in you, and for you in it.
The editorial note to TNI Vol. 47: Goodnight.
From Palestine to North Dakota, this issue is an open dig site.
As the border patrol for all the borders capitalism designs, the very job description of policing ensures that none of its agents can be “good.”