Nihil Futurum (Part 3)

Edelman and Power both exhibit a desire to ignore time. Both want to craft a society wherein those who do not reproduce are treated in every measure equal to those that do and both want “queer” individuals (marginalized persons) to find a space of renewal and inclusion within (or outside of) a broader societal context. […]

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Nihil Futurum (Part 2)

Another critical theorist with a keen interest in the work of Edelman and the (non?)future of the progressive-feminist project is the social theorist and senior lecturer at Roehampton University, Nina Power. Power’s paper, Motherhood in France: Towards A Queer Maternity?1 Tackles the question of ‘queer motherhood’ that is, critical questioning of the validity and importance […]

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Nihil Futurum (Part 1)

Nihil Futurum: Lee Eldeman, Nina Power, Sinthomosexuality & Cisheterorepronormative Futurism If the past were to vanish tomorrow, if every human being on the planet were to forget every single event which took place before their birth, it would assuredly be a tragedy. If the future were to vanish, if all prospects of present-extension were to […]

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Unicorn Riot’s Yellow Journalism

Taking a break from regularly scheduled programming, going to be skipping over literature, art and philosophy and delving into some recent current events and a incredibly unsavory organization which I recently had the displeasure of stumbling across. The ostensibly independent “news” organization and 501(c)3 non-profit, Unicorn Riot, recently published a over 490,000 leaked private messages […]

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THE ORIGINS OF THE AMERICAN LITERARY TRADITION (PART 9)

After the mysterious voice’s prediction is validated a new and rather bizarre character is introduced by the narrator, “I now come to the mention of a person with whose name the most turbulent sensations are connected. It is with a shuddering reluctance that I enter on the province of describing him. Now it is that […]

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On The Prospects of Inverse Arcology [PDF]

Below is a free, downloadable PDF version of the paper, On The Prospects of Inverse Arcology. You can find more of our papers available as free PDFs on our ‘archives’ page. Inverse Arcology  

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On The Prospects of Inverse Arcology

The object is eternal, only the subject dies. ◊ Introduction Who is this brain-dead worm, this mad cadaver, this “modern” American architect? Not nearly modern enough, his works swim amidst a phantasmal tide and lags behind decades, or, if he or she wishes to showcase their cultural acumen, centuries! How little has changed since the […]

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