Humanity, Expropriation, Janus-faced Tightrope Dancing

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At a meeting point of science and fiction, Jo Bluen performs a Nuremberg trial for crimes against humanity. With a view to reparative futurities in the present of the abolition of the global carceral police and the settler colonial international, she traces the expropriation of knowledge, land, memory, and humanity from the vantage point of the tightrope walker standing still between Nuremberg and The Hague.