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Edited by Marc Herbst and Christina Ulke
Leipzig: The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest, 2012
Pages: 328
Dimensions: 4.75 in x 7 3/8 in
Cover: softBinding: perfect-bound
Process: offset
Color: b&w with 2 color cover
Edition size: unknown
ISBN-13" 978-0-615-59011-0

At long last, our dear friends over at Journal of Aesthetics & Protest are back with a thick new issue produced in Leipzig that returns to their great paperback book-like format. Get a comfy chair because without further ado, here is the epic list of contributions this time around:

Issue 8 editorial - Editorial

Marc James Léger - Join a Political Group

Marco Cuevas-Hewitt - Towards a Futurology of the Present
Notes on Writing, Movement, and Time

Meg Wade - Grassroots Modernism as Autonomous Ethos and Practice

Jaleh Mansoor - Poetics, Commitment
Ayreen Anastas’s M*Bethlehem and Pasolini Pa Palestine

Mattias Regan - Playing (with) the Impossible
Modernism's Populist Poetics

Victor Tupitsyn - Socialist Modernism and Beyond

Ron Sakolsky - The Surrealist Adventure and the Poetry of Direct Action
Passionate Encounters Between the Chicago Surrealist Group, the Wobblies and Earth First!

Gabriel Mindel Salomon - The Subjective Object
Or Harry Hay in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
(originally published in the Journal of Radical Shimming)

Ian Milliss - Losing My Self
Some anecdotes about anonymity

Gavin Grindon - Surrealism, Dada and the Refusal of Work
Autonomy, Activism and Social Participation in The Radical Avant Garde
(originally published in the Oxford Art Journal).

Olive McKeon - Oh What A Mess I've Made
On Aesthetics and Political Praxis

Sue Bell Yank - Re-casting Institutional Memory
The Slow Breakdown of the Art/Politics Divide

Survival Kit Collective - Survival Kit Collective
Arcosantian economics, Biospherian aesthetics: a kit for grassroots ecological projects

Protest and Stagnation - Self-generated Discourse in the Context of the Austrian Student protests of 2009/2010

Khristopher Flack - Anywhere is Everywhere
Reclaiming Community through production in the Rural Northeast

Tim Jensen - On the Emotional Terrain of Neoliberalism
The opposite of despair is not hope, the opposite of depression is not happiness

Libertad Guerra - Uncommon Commonalities
Aesthetic Politics of Place in the South Bronx

Luis Guerra - The Bomb Case
An Uncelebratory Task

Christopher Lee - Frontlining Currency
Speculative Numismatics” as Antagonistic Graphic Design

Public Laboratory - DIY mapping, Popular Participation
Ecological and political monitoring in the Gulf of Mexico and beyond

Ultra Red - Andante Politics
Popular Education in the Organizing of Unión de Vecinos

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