Special Issues

Mandela’s Reflections

At least one generation of intellectuals had stood against apartheid and reflected on Mandela as a political figure of freedom and liberation. Mandela never produced anything equivalent to the political writings of a Gramsci, Fanon, or Césaire. Because of the… Read More ›

Summer 2014: Volume 41, Number 2

In Memoriam of Stuart McPhail Hall Each crisis provides an opportunity to shift the direction of popular thinking instead of simply mirroring the right’s populist touch or pursuing short-term opportunism. The left…must adopt a more courageous, innovative, “educative” and path-breaking… Read More ›

Spring 2014: Second-Hand Europe

Spring 2014: Volume 41, Number 1 Second-Hand Europe: a special issue edited by Wlad Godzich and Anita Starosta _________________________________________________________________________ Contents Wlad Godzich Sekend-Hand Europe Yuri Andrukhovych From Twelve Circles Anita Starosta Imagine an Albanian Joyce: An Interview with Yuri Andrukhovych Aleš… Read More ›

(re)Introducing Nergis Erturk, b2er

Professor Nergis Erturk of Penn State (nue5@psu.edu) has joined the editorial collective of boundary 2. Professor Erturk will develop articles, reviews, and special issues in her areas of interest, namely, (post)colonial histories and theories of language and writing practices; Marxism,… Read More ›

Second-Hand Europe: a special b2 issue

  Spring 2014: Volume 41, Number 1 Second-Hand Europe: a special issue edited by Wlad Godzich and Anita Sarosta _________________________________________________________________________ Contents Wlad Godzich Sekend-Hand Europe Yuri Andrukhovych From Twelve Cities Anita Starosta Imagine an Albanian Joyce: An Interview with Yuri… Read More ›