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“Still Ahead Somehow:” Paul Amar’s The Security Archipelago

Here is a new book review by Neel Ahuja, which I edited in my work as advisory editor for the journal boundary 2 (the review’s title, from a poem by Langston Hughes, was my doing). It is posted to my “Literature/Politics” section of the journal website. Neel’s piece engages Amar’s book on bio-politics in a […]

A Sweet Fishing Life

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Rough fish in the river

Appreciating all the river has to offer