Habitable Air

egalitarianlife

Gramsci at Sea: Navigating the Oceanic Mind of a Revolutionary

In a world grappling with unprecedented environmental challenges and the complexities of global capitalism, a new book, “Gramsci at Sea” by Sharad Chari (Senior Researcher – Habitable Air), offers a thought-provoking exploration of the renowned philosopher Antonio Gramsci’s ideas in the context of our oceanic present. While Gramsci is not typically associated with the sea, …

Gramsci at Sea: Navigating the Oceanic Mind of a Revolutionary Read More »

Exploring the Unseen: Courtney Desiree Morris Reveals the Power of Memory and Black Place-Making in “Seeing Stories Beneath the Surface”

 In a captivating journal article titled “Seeing Stories Beneath the Surface,” published by NACLA Report on the Americas, visual/conceptual artist and Assistant Professor Courtney Desiree Morris leads readers on a profound exploration of a small Louisiana town. This town, deeply affected by the petrochemical industry, unveils landscapes and memories that provoke deep reflection. Morris, a …

Exploring the Unseen: Courtney Desiree Morris Reveals the Power of Memory and Black Place-Making in “Seeing Stories Beneath the Surface” Read More »

New Special Issue Explores Egalitarian Thought and Dynamics in Modern Society

A new series of articles delving into the concept of egalitarianism has been published, exploring its various dynamics and how it has shaped human history. The articles are published in Volume 66: Issue 3 of Social Analysis and titled: Egalitarian Life and Life Forms: Ethnographic Perspectives on Political Experimentation. Authored by a diverse group of …

New Special Issue Explores Egalitarian Thought and Dynamics in Modern Society Read More »