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My Weekly Frustration-Week 15: Afrofuturistic Effective Affect Machines

This week we were to read Steven Shaviro’s, “Post-Cinematic Affect: On Grace Jones, Boarding Gate, and Southland Tales,” though we primarily focused on Shaviro’s discussion of Grace Jones in her music video ‘Corporate Cannibal’. What I took from this read … Continue reading

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The Struggle Continues: On Focusing POWERFUL Loving Rage, Sex, and Targeting Points of Rupture

This post is going to be a little different than all the rest. I’m writing this post as I am thinking about a paper I am currently working on. I would like any constructive feedback, even if it’s a simple … Continue reading

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A Moment of Chaos in the Midst of Quiet Oblivion.

Freedom. Rain. “We have to flood the streets like pouring rain. Shout to the rooftops That we refuse to remain Locked in these chains  of submission tumult and inferiority because now, more than ever we are bound by conformity. The … Continue reading

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The (Ongoing) Struggle Part One: What Keeps Me Up At Night. What Drives Me To Write.

“If this is your path, as it is mine, let me offer whatever solace you may find in this monstrous benediction: May you discover the enlivening power of darkness within yourself. May it nourish your rage. May your rage inform … Continue reading

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Q.U.E.E.N. Featuring Erykah Badu

As I am working on my next blog post after an EXHAUSTING end of my academic year, I’d like to leave you all with a song that has been SO inspiring to me everyday. I will likely be referring to … Continue reading

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