Articles tagged: race

Against the Wife: Abolishing Romance and Family, Practicing Disability Love-Politics

Jina B. Kim asks: Why does disability crop up as the antithesis of romance, desire, and long-term fulfillment—as something to perhaps be endured in the name of love, but never anything that might re-shape how we approach love and romance in the first place?

Twin Peaks and Brechtian Sensibilities in Modern Visual Media

Brechtian epic theatre’s legacy in Twin Peaks: The Return .

Children and Choices: The Meanings of Inoculation

James Baldwin, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and Jenny McCarthy between their children and the world: healthcare and choice in the era of Black Lives Matter

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