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“As pure immobility and inactivity, depression brings about a rhythmic suspension of the order of the world […] which is not pathological but political in its temporal and affective consequences” (Mikkel Krause Frantzen, 2018, p. 151). Lockdown and a mental health crisis: In 2010 David Cameron, then UK prime minister
The turgid zone of the city, fulfilled with absences. In totality, it is the hemispheric pressure which pulls the masses. They move on or drop by. Yet, the invincible absence. North stays far from south. One is absent from the others domain. North gives the dictum, south obeys with slyness.
(Neoliberal education and the corporatization of schools in contemporary Greece) Γράφει η Βασιλική Παπαγεωργίου Εθνολόγος- Κοιν. Ανθρωπολόγος, Δρ In this article, I discuss the recent neoliberal turn in Greek education. In Greece it is the state that traditionally delivers education services directly and thus exercises ideological control over public schools, promoting certain
Once upon a time The place seems so obsolete now. During winter, no light on the street after 9 P.M. I was told not to venture out. Ghostly demarcating field. The fear of getting caught for a cigarette. Joydip’s triumph in getting busted with alcohol. He cared a fig. Momentary
Time’s immanent spacing. In waiting, time becomes hollowed out in space. Time’s curvature is futural. It denotes messianicity, time as hollowed up sequel to past longing. In waiting, time is immersive. Immersive in hollowed up spatial denotation. Space means nothing. Yet, for a while, when we think, spaces conjure up
The following is my interview by Ayesha Hussain for her podcast series at SELebral.
Stigma of being at home on the street! Being with for the other. Otherized zones are compensated for a thriving minute or two, onlookers. Street galore are remembrance of unadulterated toto company. With a bit of jostling, one wins the race. Camus faced gymnastic trigonometry are the solution, self company.