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Review: Why are Animals Funny? The EDA Collective
“Death Drive,” “hauntology,” “in horror vacui,” and “uber-chutzpa” are just a few of the phrases that grace the pages of “Why are Animals Funny? Everday Analysis: Volume 1,” published in the UK by independent publisher, Zero Books. “Why are Animals Funny?” is written by a band of, well, what I call renegades. They, however, call themselves the Everyday Analysis Collective (EDA Collective), a group comprised mostly of journalists and academics out of England.
On the Reproduction of Capitalism, A Critical-Theory Guide
Beyond the Cyborg, Reviewed
Adventures with Donna Haraway
The Story of Marinaleda, the Communist Village Against the World
In Spain’s Andalusia region, the people of Marinaleda have accomplished what every radical in America wishes they could.
Doug Lain’s ‘Billy Moon,’ Reviewed
On Winnie the Pooh and May ’68.
Hartmut Rosa’s ‘Social Acceleration,’ Reviewed
The sociology of time.