Tag Archives: Diego Sztulwark

For Hebe de Bonafini (1928-2022) and the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo

Those who have lost whom they love, those who say “I have a right to cry, and I still don’t cry because I need to know where and how my loved ones died”, are linking demands for justice with the … Continue reading

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La ofensiva sensible: a somatic reading of the present moment

A body’s persistence in letting a single form-of-life affect it, despite the diversity of situations it passes through, depends on its crack. The more a body cracks up—that is, the wider and deeper its crack becomes—the fewer the polarizations compatible … Continue reading

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