Tag: Ash Sarkar

Thinking blackly beyond bio politics and bare life

Alexander Weheliye’s 2014 book, Habeas Viscus is a vital critique of two dominant accounts of the limits and contours of humanity: Michel Foucault’s biopolitics and Giorgio Agamben’s bare life. But beyond providing us with a much needed problematisation of these two theories, what they omit, and the Eurocentrisms…

Unsettling Feminism and the Politics of the Prison Break: Ash Sarkar In Conversation with Alana Lentin

I was absolutely delighted to have been asked by Novara Media Senior Editor Ash Sarkar to be interviewed for the site. The conversation was thoroughly enjoyable and I learnt so much from it, as I continue to do from Ash’s work. For the Novara Media week-long…