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Anarcho-feminism and permanent revolution in Ursula K. Le Guin's "The Dispossessed"
Ursula K. Le Guin's science fiction novel, The Dispossessed (1974), is a narrative political manifesto in which Le Guin imagines an anarcho-feminist utopia, and articulates the possibilities of an anarchist revolution in ...
Dar el-Odaba: Afro-Asian Writers Remapping Blackness and Afro-Arab Identities
Inspired by the formation of the Non-Aligned Movement's declaration of anti-colonial political and economic unity, the Permanent Bureau of Afro-Asian Writers was formed during the 1958 Conference for Afro-Asian Writers ...