Radhika Gajjala explores labor, gender and materiality in this piece for New Criticals.
Evie Psarras investigates gender, reality television and stereotypical representations on ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise.
Natalie Byfield, associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at St. John's University, shares her first five.
Casey Brienza, Lecturer in Publishing and Digital Media in the Department of Culture and Creative Industries at City University London, shares her first five.
In 1998, they looked toward The Shape of Punk to Come. Now, the highly influential Swedish punk band Refused returns with Freedom, their first album in 17 years. It is a mix of extreme left political vitriol, hokey mid-tempo riffing and an awkwardly placed pop sheen.
Ms. America, net.flag, the art of dissent, John Hancock's signature and the man who saw America in this weeks Critical Links.
Taking measure of sexism, the state of higher education, algorithmic citizenship, the gender gap in Wikipedia authors and art and money in this weeks Critical Links."
Thoughts on Liturgy's new album "The Ark Work" which re-contextualizes black metal tropes in the face of often harsh critical attitudes.
The Machines are Coming, Feminist art in New York, An interview with Domenico Quaranta, O.O.P.S. vs M.O.O.C.s, and an exhibition on Post-Humanism and Cyborgs in London in this weeks Critical Links.
Steph Alarcon, Christina Dunbar-Hester, Tamsyn Gilbert, Seda Gurses, Jara Rocha, Femke Snelting and Sophie Toubin collaborate to examine feminism, technology and the digital.