Re-Activating Critical Thinking in the Midst of Necropolitical Realities: For Radical Change
Edited by Marina Gržinić and Jovita Pristovšek
This volume takes as its starting point the question of whether there is a pluriversal generation, a younger group of scholars who do not necessarily collaborate or know each other, but who are currently forming a radical structure that is viral in thought production and reflective on the current global recalibration of social relations, brought about by the necropolitical and necrocapitalist governmentality emerging worldwide.
The 23 articles assembled in this volume transcend geographical boundaries, conceive of the world as a single entity, and develop strategies for radical change. They are presented in five subchapters with two lines of demarcation, one for entry, invention, and potentiality, and the other for a grim threshold.
Contributors: Yela An, Esther (Mayoko) Ortega Arjonilla, Maja Breznik, Diana Bulzan, Lucrecia Masson Córdoba, Nina Cvar, Antonio Fuentes Diaz, İklim Doğan, Liliana Conlisk Gallegos, Lina Gonan, Mia Gonan, Marina Gržinić, Kyungrim Lim Jang, Tjaša Kancler, Saša Kesić, Taida Kusturica, Cathérine Lehnerer, Mika Maruyama, iki yos piña narváez funes, Stanimir Panayotov, Jovita Pristovšek, Piro Rexhepi, Joshua Simon, Šefik Tatlić.