The Queer City: How to Design More Inclusive Public Space

    In the con­text of ris­ing pat­terns of hate crime, the idea of “queer­ing” pub­lic space might offer a solu­tion. Through inter­views with over 120 aca­d­e­mics, design­ers, activists and oth­er respon­dents, Cat­ter­all and Azzouz have stud­ied how con­sid­er­ing the design and plan­ning needs of LGBTQ+ peo­ple might make the pub­lic realm more inclusive.

    14. Juni 2022
    The World Must End: Affect Theory and Diaspora

    After years of fem­i­nist the­o­ry in which I reap­praised the ways in which fem­i­nin­i­ty and women’s bod­ies were made and bro­ken by exter­nal forces, scat­tered into a thou­sand-piece puz­zle and inad­e­quate­ly glued back togeth­er, I found inter­est in a sim­i­lar issue with regard to the African-Amer­i­can dias­po­ra. Even­tu­al­ly, in alle­vi­at­ing clar­i­ty, there is a desire for the world to end, to fash­ion it anew—and irre­spec­tive of how it…

    22. Mai 2022
    The Genesis of the Acting White Epithet

    Bru­tal and vio­lent cul­tur­al myths like the ‘act­ing white’ epi­thet with­stand the progress of time like ivory on the brick walls of most Cau­casian main­stream societies.

    7. April 2022
    The Black Parade is Dead!: 2022 is the year pop punk returns

    When We Were Young con­firms that teenage angst is offi­cial­ly back in our thir­ty-some­thing mil­len­ni­al lives. A pop punk reawak­en­ing is upon us. Let’s look into it and talk pan­dem­ic angst, Gen Z and pop punk’s issue with racism.

    27. Feb­ru­ar 2022
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