Roaming-with quiltros

Sebastian Ureta, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Chile August 15, 2022 Where’s our quiltro? I have been looking for the quiltro that has been frequently roaming through my neighborhood. It has always been there, comfortably seated right next to the entrance of the liquor store or rummaging between the trash that people leave outside the supermarket’s entry. … Read more

Ok! Ok! Number One!

Thai Protest Language, Lateral Movements, and #ifpoliticswasgood by Jakkrit Sangkhamanee (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand) and Casper Bruun Jensen (Independent Scholar, Cambodia) jakkrit.sa@chula.ac.th and cbruunjensen@gmail.com January 4, 2022 This blog post engages the possibilities of working “on other terms” by examining ongoing democracy protests in Thailand. 1 As we shall see, these events have given rise to … Read more