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Paul Gilroy - Offshore Humanism: Human Rights and Hydrarchy

Modern port cities have always been special places. They were nodal points on the intersecting webs of trade, information and accumulation. At the quayside, land-based sovereignty confronted the unruly force of rivers and oceans as well as the distinctive habits, peregrinations and insubordinate mentalities of those who worked upon the waters. 2,429 more words

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BFI Streams 'The Stuart Hall Project'

The Oscars are over. Yay! It is easy ┬áto get lost in the sea of identity. Although it has been a deeply held childhood dream to appear on the Oscar stage I sometimes want to say ‘Fuck the Oscars!’ Why expend time hoping that ‘minority’ actors and filmmakers are accepted into a bourgoeise boys club that favors dominant image memes? 212 more words

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