“When did everyone become Black and not of specific nations themselves? Why did being Black mean not belonging to a place?”
“Borders continue to gather life’s promises, even when walls and checkpoints brutally divide nations and societies.”
How can migrants speak? And what can listening to them reveal about the system of national sovereignty, the persistence of legal exclusion, and the longing for home?
Since the election of Donald Trump, sales of Hannah Arendt’s The Origins of Totalitarianism have soared. Driving the new attention to this three-volume work of political theory published in 1951 is ...