Academic

FiresFogsWinds

Fire, Fog, Wind, in Elements for a World: Stone, Sky, Wood, Water, Fire, ed. Ashkan Sepahvand, five volumes English/Arabic, as part of the exhibition Let’s Talk About The Weather: Art and Ecology in a Time of Crisis, curated by Natasa Petresin-Bachelez and Nora Razian, Beirut: Sursock Museum, 2016.

Academic

Books

Labor’s Lot The Cunning of Recognition The Empire of Love Economies of Abandonment Geontologies, A Requiem to Late Liberalism

Academic

Essays

Semiotics and Technologies of the Otherwise “Radical Worlds” “Beyond the Names of the People” “Technologies of Public Forms” (with Dilip Gaonkar) “The Woman on the Other Side of the Wall” “Political Intensifications; e-flux” “Routes/Worlds; e-flux” “Digital Cartographies”

Settler Colonialisms “The State of Shame” “The Governance of the Prior” “Finding Bwudjut”

Sexuality, Difference, Power “The […]