Jed Rasula, Acrobatic Modernism (Oxford UP, 2020)

Nathan Brown — Reviving the Nameless (Review of Jed Rasula, History...

a review of Jed Rasula, History of a Shiver: The Sublime Impudence of Modernism (Oxford, 2016) and Acrobatic Modernism from the Avant-Garde to Prehistory...
Alan Mikhail, God's Shadow (Norton, 2020)

Efe Khayyat and Ariel Salzmann — On the Perils of Thinking Globally while Writing...

a response to reviews of Alan Mikhail, God’s Shadow: Sultan Selim, His Ottoman Empire, and the Making of the Modern World (Norton, 2020) by Efe...

Mimi Howard — Ontology’s Exhaust (Review of Fred Moten’s consent not to be a...

This essay has been peer-reviewed by the b2o editorial collective.  by Mimi Howard In Freiburg 1919, Martin Heidegger explained in a lecture on phenomenology that everyone...
Anselm Kiefer, "Deutschlands Geisteshelden" (1973)

Arne De Boever — The End of Art (Once Again)

by Arne De Boever ~ Where they burn books, they will also ultimately burn people. —Heinrich Heine You Morons In early March 2021, a group of “tech and art...

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