EXCAVATING BEYOND THE MALE GAZE: Switch On Paper Investigation

Cyprus, often called Aphrodite’s island, is the birthplace of the Love Goddess, according to Greek mythology. There, in 1976, just two years after the island was split into a Greek part in the south and a Turkish part in the north, inscribing the division in its heart, an archaic statuette with male and female sexualContinue reading “EXCAVATING BEYOND THE MALE GAZE: Switch On Paper Investigation”

Entanglement in the Alps: Di Nicola’s “Trauma and Event” and the Third

“…sometimes shears will do, sometimes a scythe…and sometimes, in the case of the overgrown weeds in the garden of psychiatry, we need ‘Badiou’s Sickle’ to do the job of separating philosophy from its conditions.”