Political Imaginaries of Afro-Diasporic, Indentured, Exiled, and Landless Communities. Narratives from the Cape Verdean, Korean, Indian, Vietnamese, Jewish, Eelam Tamil, Chinese, and the Black Atlantic diasporas.
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Algerian Revolution and its internationalist solidarity with the Non-Aligned Movement, the liberation struggles on the African Continent, Ireland, Palestine, and Yugoslavia.
Thinking pluriversally through Blackness, queerness, brownness, caste & indigeneity from other geographies than the United States.
Understanding settler colonial land dispossession, extractivism, and property and envisioning LANDBACK in South Africa, Ecuador, Turtle Island, Palestine, Alaska, Australia, Kenya, the Caribbean, and Chile.
A Political History of the Ocean about the legacy of the Middle Passage, Black Internationalism, the fight against nuclear colonialism, and feminisms in Oceania, and poetic perspectives on the "Indian" Ocean from Zanzibar and Eelam.
An issue about music and liberation movements on the African Continent, Colombia, India, Palestine, the Levant, France, Chile, Algeria, Australia, the U.S., and Romania.
A special issue guest edited by Zoé Samudzi constructing a dialogue between genocidal histories in Zimbabwe, Brazil, Ethiopia, Korea, Namibia, the U.S., Artsakh and more... while critiquing the legal and political concept of genocide as calibrated on eurocentric criteria.
An issue to challenge the colonial standardization of time, its measurement, its retrospective reading as "history," its practice, its memorial production in U.S. sundown towns, Ireland & Palestine, Warsaw & Paris, the Indian Subcontinent, the Horn of Africa, the Sahara, in dictatorial and bordering regimes, and more.
Indigenous, Black, and racialized settler perspectives on the impossibility for ecologies to operate without decolonization in Turtle Island, the Caribbean, Oceania, Brazil, and the Congo.