Imagining Black, Palestinian, Indigenous, Maori, queer, and revolutionary futurities to inform our political horizons.
Architecture is always violent, but what happens when architects and designers decide to use this violence for revolutionary agendas? Accounts from Afghanistan, Turkey, Australia, China, Germany, the U.S., Spain, Brazil, Lebanon, and La Réunion.
Publishing is a fundamental part of political struggles. Canonical publications in Black America and Pacific, Algeria, Palestine, and the Tricontinental and young ones from Egypt, France, South Africa, Lebanon, and Spain.
Appropriating the city space for political struggles in Guinea, Kashmir, Chiapas, Kanaky, the U.K., France, Palestine, and the U.s.
A guest edited issue by Indigenous activists and scholars Melanie K. Yazzie and Nick Estes about settler colonialism in North America.
Architecture is one of the key components of the way ableism structures itself in the world. We examine its logics and feature anti-ableist strategies and spaces.
Cartography as an instrument of power in Iraq, Libya, Japan, Palestine, the U.S., Sweden, and Algeria.
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.