Our scorching planetary age results from the conjoined forces of colonial extractivism, fossil capitalism, and postcolonial developmentalism.
“Joyland” joins a resurgence of Urdu films in recent years whose social realist orientation it both shares and disavows.
Within western poetry, women writers of color—and their lived experiences—are not nearly as recognized nor represented as their white peers.
South African literature has long struggled to become drought-resistant: its plotlines, and even its paper production, presuppose abundant water.
The Middle East must no longer be defined through the lens of decolonization and the agendas of perpetrators.
Opposition to imperialism unites the struggles of our times. To recognize empire is to take a necessary step towards a more just world.
Frances Negrón-Muntaner is an innovative and multimodal thinker and artist, and a professor ...