I mean!

[img description: the distracted boyfriend meme, where the girl in the red dress is labeled “jokes about your assigned FBI agent watching you through your webcam;” the upset girlfriend is labeled “jokes about the network of Amazon and Facebook marketplace sales reps monitoring your likes, clicks, and searches to sell you more shit;” the distracted boyfriend is labeled “y’all”]

hugely unethical research; literally paid protestors; fuck the academy and fuck this 

Katja Valaskivi and Johanna Sumiala, “Circulating Social Imaginaries: Theoretical and Methodological Reflections,” European Journal of Cultural Studies 17, no. 3 (2014): 234.

Yeah I was losing my shit

[img: a photo of Saidiya Hartman lecturing in front of an audience, I drew a reddish pink heart around her head. I also added text to the image: “Saidiya Hartman discussing her new book, speculative histories of wayward black girls, the use of reformatory and state documents to ‘write a history of the chorus from inside the chorus’ - remaking and making intimate life” and “waywardness as a body of practices... associated with the queer, the fugitive, the anarchic...”]

Wheeee! Really excited for this talk on white nationalism by Prof Alexandra Minna Stern

I have no excuse for making these “memes” (a poor attempt to mash up sparking joy from Marie Kondo and sparks of hope from Walter Benjamin, please forgive me)

The Prison Strike Challenges Ableism and Defends Disability Rights 

Who's that in your AVI, Jasmine?

That's a screenshot from the film Irma Vep (1996, Olivier Assayas) with Maggie Cheung.

Besides being a fantastic and dizzying/disorienting film, I have a soft spot for it bc I first watched it in a class with Prof. Yiman Wang, who would advise my undergraduate thesis! Here's the essay that she wrote on Maggie Cheung and the film Irma Vep: muse.jhu.edu/article/492536

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