Introducing AGITATE! Volume 4 Breath and Death: COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, and ViralityThe AGITATE! Editorial Collective
इंसानियत का लॉकडाउनRicha Nagar and Richa Singh
The PassageMarijana Hameršak and Selma Banich
Remembering, Honoring and Grieving Migrant Deaths: Unsettling the Politics of Grave SilenceEmina Bužinkić
Emina Bužinkić I write these lines to remember, record and grieve fallen migrants who fiercely fought against the relentless border regimes in the Balkans and wider European geographies. Pushed into despair and ultimately robbed of breath, thousands of migrants attempt to cross the perilous terrains of the Balkans only to meet police batons, electric shocks,…
This is Not an EggplantKatayoun Amjadi
Inventing a Bahujan Grammar: In Memory of Abhay XaxaVishal Jamkar
Basic Demographic QuestionsSuzanne Chew
Autopsy and State Violence: Implications in the Death Investigation of George FloydDeondre Smiles
This essay examines the circumstances surrounding the death investigation of George Floyd, tying it into larger discussions surrounding the role of law enforcement and state structures in death investigations and autopsies. Drawing upon indigenous studies research, the piece looks at the undue influence upon coroners and medical examiners in cases of death by police brutality that do not put law enforcement in legal jeopardy.
The Thermal Body Signature of a Second Class Citizen, Choking on His Own SalivaPedram Badari
Healthy LivingJordan Starck
Confluenc(ing) Race and Place: AfroRuralFuturism as a Framework for Reading SolidaritySean Golden and Nick Kleese
Imagining Transnational Solidarities: Speaking Across DividesImagining Transnational Solidarities Research Circle
Imagining Transnational Solidarities: Speaking Across Divides is a series of webinars that centered transnational feminist, Black, indigenous, migrant voices speaking to the contestations and possibilities emerging for social movements, art-making and political shifts in the midst of multiple crises.