December 2015

Naomi Dann
December 17, 2015
A recent article published in The New York Times by Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren, profiled vintners in the Israeli-occupied West...
Preethi Nallu
December 16, 2015
Gandhi famously quipped that when a woman can walk without fear on a midnight street, India would have truly achieved independence. In the...
Hussein Mohamud
December 16, 2015
“ Waan u maaleynayaa, markaad dhameysey hadalkaaga guumaysiga ku sabsan ayaad dib u noqon kartaa qabyaaladda soomaaliyeed iwm." (“I would...
Jane Wong
December 15, 2015
Monica Ong’s debut collection, Silent Anatomies, won Kore Press’s 2014 First Book Award. The book is a hybrid of poetry and image, engaging...
Moataz Nasr
December 14, 2015
There’s a map of the Middle East that hangs in the Leila Heller Gallery today, and upon entering the room, it’s hard to avoid its sparkle...
Hassan Ghedi Santur
December 10, 2015
Something terrible happened on Thursday April 16, 2015 in the foothills of Mount Sumi in central Angola. Exactly what transpired and how...
Pranav Kohli
December 9, 2015
The sixth volume of the Sternberg Critical Spatial Practice series, Eyal Weizman’s The Roundabout Revolutions examines the recent trend of...
Corinna Mullin
December 7, 2015
French President Francoise Hollande and Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi in commiseration embrace. 14 November 2015. Observing the...
Greg Shupak
December 2, 2015
In a recent essay for Dissent entitled “The European Crisis,” Michael Walzer offers a case study in liberal imperialist ideology. The...