ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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(Non)Humanising the Home in the Anthropocene

The concept of home is revisited in the context of the pandemic to ask whether we can think about other species and their habitats in the Anthropocene. By weaving instances from literature, where the idea of home has served as a critical philosophical and cathartic plot point, with phenomenological readings of home, this article asks how the pandemic may help us reimagine home in its many resonances of shelter, sanctuary, house, bunker, and community. How does the pandemic modify and have an impact on the various inflections of home?

Rage against the Machine

A tribute to Bernard Stiegler, the French philosopher who saw “provoking action” as the goal of philosophy.

The Political Imagination of Toni Morrison

History is as much a present embodied experience as it is a distant past in Toni Morrison’s “canon of black work.”
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