Category Archives: Volume 26, No. 3

Stefan Szczelkun, ed. (with Anthony Iles), Agit Disco (London: Mute Books, 2012).

As its title suggests, Agit Disco is about politics and recorded music. According to its original mission statement delivered via internet blog, the book is an outgrowth of an ongoing archive project of a special kind. Far from the musty … Continue reading

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The Emancipatory Power of Critical Art

Jacques Rancière, The Emancipated Spectator (London: Verso, 2011). Perhaps best known for co-authoring Reading Capital with Louis Althusser, Jacques Rancière is a contemporary political philosopher whose theoretical focus ranges from the formation and composition of the proletariat to questions of … Continue reading

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Notes on Contributors 60

Claudio Albertani, a historian, political scientist, and journalist, is a professor and researcher at the Autonomous University of Mexico City (UACM). Educated in Italy, he has lived in Mexico since 1979. He is the author of El espejo de México: … Continue reading

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