In this edited excerpt from Atlas of Emotion, Giuliana Bruno presents the feminist function of emotional cartography, and the tender "site-seeing" of cinema, including Marguerire Duras's Hiroshima mon Amour.
Historian Margaret Stevens discusses transnational connections between Black radicals during the interwar years, the interplay between militant Caribbean workers’ uprisings and Communist Party leadership, and the lessons of Communist anti-racist and anti-imperialist organizing.
Peter Hallward examines political mobilizations among Haiti's popular classes in the years between the US-backed 2004 coup and the first presidential elections that followed, in 2006 — and the violent repression that met them.
Japan is experiencing a demographic crisis, with low fertility rates and an aging population. But why does sex and reproduction cause so much anxiety, and what portents for a alternative economics does the crisis hold?