Infrastructure as a fundamental component of colonialism in Canada, Singapore, Armenia, central Asia, Palestine, the Persian Gulf, Colombia, and Syria.
A resolutely political reading of self-built neighborhoods, appropriated architectures, refugee camps, and worker quarters in Morocco, Portugal, Brazil, Palestine, Hong Kong, France, Greece, and Syria.
Our second issue about the corporeal politics of the clothe in the U.S., Algeria, Okinawa, Afghanistan, Iran, Peru, etc.
Colonial control of atmospheres and "breathing combat" in Viet Nam, France, Algeria, Japan, the U.S., Madagascar, and Lebanon.
A critique of the normative violence of gender in the context of indoor architectures in Hong Kong, France, Italy, Ecuador, the U.S., etc.
Incarceration through the racialized prism of settler colonialism and structural racism in Australia, the U.S., France, Canada, and Lebanon.
The precise and strategic political order behind the apparent disorder of debris and ruins in the Uyghur Region, Mali, Martinique, Lebanon, Syria, the U.S., Bosnia, Eelam, and Palestine.
Examining the crucial complicity played by architecture in the enforcement of colonial violence in Libya, Egypt, Palestine, Kenya, Java, Iran, Jordan, Nigeria, Algeria, and South Africa.
Indigenous and demilitarizing islander struggles in Hawai'i, Puerto Rico, Mayotte, Kanaky, Tuvalu and Kiribati, Nauru, Diego Garcia, Lesvos, and Okinawa.