Tag Archives: Susan Buck-Morss

There are no traditions, only inventions and repetitions.  So I declare today Sunday Linkage Day!  Below you will find selections from the cornucopia of things I have enjoyed on the internet this week.  It can’t be all Judith Butler and queer processing…Enjoy!


Caribou’s remix of Junior Boys “You’ll Improve Me,” easily my favorite song from their very good recent album It’s All True.

The lead track from an EP released by my longtime favorite Nicolas Jaar, here in cahoots with Dave Harrington, going by the name Darkside.  The track is “A1”

Another from Nico, this is technically the jam of two weeks ago, but it has repeated enough in the last week to warrant Sunday Linkage.

A beautiful song and video from the Irrepressibles which rounded out my Friday night.

Dispatches from the revolution(s):

This very illuminating undercover piece on Syria’s ongoing revolution.

Updates from Egypt.
Tense standoff in Cairo’s Tahrir Square
Egypt’s military ruler says crisis must end

From the academe:

Susan Buck-Morss on her career, islands in Greece, and living in communes.

Kshyama's Attic

a collection of political and personal thoughts, poetry, prose.

Seagoat Astrology

be your own map

Naked Heart

The LGBTQ Festival of Words

incroci de-generi

tra classe, razza, genere e specie

Sky Writer

Donna Cunningham's Blog on astrology, healing, and writing.

Yanis Varoufakis


Open Geography

Open is an adjective and a verb


Non lasciare che la scintilla venga del tutto spenta dalle legge - Paul Klee -

Working-Class Perspectives

Commentary on Working-Class Culture, Education, and Politics


films by Kami Chisholm

Picket Parade

Voices and Stories from the 2015 York Strike Lines

Heal to Strike

Refuel at Mobile Strike Therapeutics

Cento Trattorie di Bologna

La guida con le migliori trattorie e ristoranti di Bologna. Dove mangiare i tortellini, le tagliatelle e le lasagne più buone della città. Un brasiliano in giro per cento trattorie bolognesi, attento anche alla bilancia!

Like a Whisper

Feminism, Critical Race Consciousness, Queer Politics, & Dr. Who Too?!?

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