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Seeking critical responses to the “Occupy movement” from Indigenous, radical and/or anticapitalist perspectives

FUSE is seeking visual and/or written critical responses to the racism of the “Occupy movement” (we’re especially but not exclusively focusing on the ways that language of “occupation” obscures the fact that North America is built on stolen land). If you or your colleagues are writing about this and can get us a draft of a 1,000-2,000 word text in the next week for publication in our December issue (final copy due November 7), please get in touch ASAP and let me know what you’ve got on deck. Write to editor AT fusemagazine DOT org and put OCCUPY in the subject heading.

34-4 / EGYPT

Contributors: Nahed Mansour and Bassam El Baroni (ACAF); Denise Ryner and Babak Radboy (Bidoun Library); Damon Kowarsky; Olive McKeon; Joseph Banh, Moataz Nasreldin (Darb 1718), Mia Jankowicz (CIC) and William Wells (Townhouse); Themba Lewis; Aliza Ma, Rasha Salti and Gabe Klinger; Anna Feigenbaum; Francisco-Fernando Granados; Leila Timmins.

34-4/Editorial

To describe our state as postcolonial is not to say that colonialism is over, a thing of the past, but instead to insist on a certain historical continuity. It is a gesture against willful forgetting, a taking account of particular lineages of subjugation in order to underscore the importance of resistance, sovereignty and solidarity in the present. It acknowledges an extended age of empire…

Burn the Archives 01: Lee Maracle

I’m drawn to this short piece by Lee Maracle from 1992 because it highlights some of the key criticisms of the term postcolonial. Perhaps the most problematic implications of the term itself stem from the fact that it implies colonization is a…

Announcing FUSEblog Series: Burn the Archives!

Welcome to the new FUSE blog series featuring material from our archives! Over the coming months, we’ll be rolling out posts that consider the political relevance and aesthetic import of historical articles and projects from FUSE.