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Vol. 9, No. 2

Nightlife as Queer Political Method

Tamar Shirinian engages with “nightlife” as a temporal and affective phenomenon, emphasizing the particular political possibility that exists at night. Night requires a different kind of method, one attuned to the undercommons and its thinking on the move, and attentive to emotion, invisibility, and uncertainty.

Archives for Change: Political Films and the City – The Case of the Amsterdams Stadsjournaal (1974–1984)

In this collaboratively authored piece, the Political Film Archives group considers the theory and practice of archiving underground political films and discusses recent efforts to catalogue, preserve, and exhibit the films of Amsterdams Stadsjournaal, a radical filmmaking collective active in the 1970s and 1980s.

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