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feminist, queer, crip by alison kafer

Kafer, Alison. Feminist, Queer, Crip, Indiana University Press, 2013.

In Feminist, Queer, Crip, Alison Kafer asks how disability has been rendered as the condition of having “no future,” and, thinking of many works of speculative fiction, how disability has been imagined as outside of possible futures. 253 more words

Disability Studies

Call for Papers: Science Fiction Research Association Annual Conference 2018 (7/1-7/4, Milwaukee, WI)

SCIENCE FICTION RESEARCH ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018

Sunday, July 1- Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI)

Conference Theme: The Future of Labor

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Look At What I Found On The Internet

Milton Lloyd Futurity 55ml PDT for Women – 1000 TK (100% Original)

A refreshing, floral fragrance with top notes of mandarin, freesia, and sage blended with middle notes of narcissus, lily of the valley, marigold, jasmine, rose and white lily all beautifully accompanied by base notes of patchouli, amber, musk and sandalwood. 141 more words

Milton Lloyd

Moths to the Flame: Photography and the Capitalocene

Below is a paper that I presented at a workshop on capitalism and photography held at the University of Toronto, September 15-16, 2017. I will be working on it for the next several months, in preparation for it being included in a collection of essays on… 2,357 more words

Continental Philosophy

VIDEO of my talk and workshop at the ICI-Berlin

Intimacy, Loss, Anonymity

Toward a Theory of Queer Neutrality

 22 June 2017

For the past 20 years, after having curated the Chicago exhibition ‘Disappeared’ on AIDS and an aesthetics of disappearance, John Paul Ricco has theorized erotic and aesthetic relations to loss and withdrawal tied to specific junctures of late-20th-century gay male culture and contemporary art and film. 208 more words

Continental Philosophy

Black Skin, White Masks: Intro and Ch 1

Fanon’s Introduction to Black Skin, White Masks evokes the basic character of the project: it is not a universal truth, and instead marks the particularization of analysis – the black person and the black experience. 748 more words

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Looking Into Futurity

These exciting promises to uncover the mysteries of planetary motions and nodes for the next forty-four years take us back one hundred and eighty-one years, to London’s Tottenham Court Road in January, 1836 and to a gentleman called Charles Paddon who lived in a first -floor apartment at 32 Grafton Street, just off that famous London highway. 1,176 more words