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CULTURE, THEORY AND CRITIQUE:

SPECIAL ISSUE ON MILITARIZATION & PLEASURE

Edited by Alex Adams & Amy Gaeta

How do we enjoy our everyday militarization?

 

It is well-known that many aspects of our lives, from our built environment, through our food, to our cultural productions, are constitutively interpenetrated with the material forces of contemporary militarism.

This special issue asks not only what is at stake in our pleasures, but further: what does our militarization feel like? Why does the martial feel like home? Do our pleasures give us ways to resist the multiple harms of contemporary militarization?

This special issue is currently in progress, and will eventually comprise 12 essays and an introduction by the editors. Essays will be published online as soon as they complete the editorial process, and the full issue will be available in print and at a dedicated website upon full completion.

Original CFP

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