“I think she’s bipolar, or lactose intolerant, one of the two.” — Jack Brennan, Calvary What could be […]
Category Archive: Egypt
When major world events occur, observers and analysts are often quick to jump to speculative conclusions – aided […]
Recently, in a blog post entitled “Monumentalising Revolution,” my commentary argued that the Monument to the Revolution in Mexico City stands as an ambiguous carrier of utopian promise, which links past and present generations of struggle. Specifically, my concluding point was that this architectural space stands as a possible symbol of “the effective participation of the present generation in shaping the utopian desires of the oppressed, linked to ongoing past and present social struggles.” Written in April, there was no anticipation in this piece of the events to come that have swirled around the student movement #YoSoy132 in contesting the presidential election process in Mexico.
Twitterer and activist Ramez Mohamed speaks to a brighter future that many of us have simply stopped thinking […]
We want tweets With the emergence of a diverse and spontaneous popular movement in Egypt, it is a […]