“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?
Apps like Uber benefit from making their workers strangers to one another. So what happens when workers start caring for one another?
In their writings, Kafka, Roth, and Kraus rejected the ideology of rootedness that was rapidly encroaching upon early 20th-century European consciousness.
Crisis Cities brings together some of the world’s leading social scientists and humanists to grapple with the 2020 crises of our cities.
Two futurists ran an experiment: What happens when a room of strangers plan for the future together?
China managed to maintain some economic activity during the lockdown, but at what cost and under what conditions?