Issue #43, 2013
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Bogdan Ghiu:
Devoratio Critica, Emeticism: The Difficult Actuality Of Anthropophagy

Oswald de Andrade:
ANTHROPOPHAGIC MANIFESTO

Mona Vătămanu, Florin Tudor:
All That Is Solid Melts into Air, 2012–2013

An Interview with Daria Dumitrescu by Edith Lázár:
SABOT/AGE

Didem Yazıcı:
AS HARD AS DIAMOND

Andrey Shental:
FORMER WEST: RUPTURES IN INFRASTRUCTURE

Corina Oprea:
WHERE’S THE ATTITUDE? Notes from the 55th Venice Biennale

A Discussion between Johannes Grenzfurthner and Vlad Morariu:
ART AS TACTICAL TERM.

Julia Schulze:
Looking In From The Outside

Bogdan Ghiu:
Lesson About Blindness (A Reply to Alfredo Jaar, the Indignant Artist)

Ioana Nemeș:
Sometimes We Shouldn’t Pretend Everything Is OK

Slavoj Žižek:
THE RETURN OF THE CHRISTIAN-CONSERVATIVE REVOLUTION

Srecko Horvat:
IN THE LAND OF BLOOD AND MONEY: ANGELINA JOLIE AND THE BALKANS

Slavoj Žižek:
THE COURAGE TO CANCEL THE DEBT

Eric Hobsbawm:
DR. MARX AND THE VICTORIAN CRITICS

Eric Hobsbawm:
KARL MARX’S CONTRIBUTION TO HISTORIOGRAPHY

Eric Hobsbawm:
MARX AND HISTORY