We are very excited to announce the publication of issue 9 (Summer 2020) on "Love: Politics, Practices, Perspectives."
It is framed by an _Essay by Danijela Majstorović on "Love as Practice of Solidarity" and her own experiences as scholar, activist, and migrant during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany. Another _Essay by Anne-Marie D'Aoust about the intersection of care work, processes of de-politicization, and immigration policies during the pandemic will be published in October.
Read the entire issue here, including articles ecosexuality, love and technology, or the role of intimacy in migration: https://www.on-culture.org/journal/issue-9/
With best wishes,
The Editorial Team
The Editorial Team: “Editorial: Love”
Danijela Majstorović: “Love as Practice of Solidarity: Of Peripheral Bodies, Embodied Justice and Associated Labor.”
Anne-Marie D'Aoust: “Unconditional Love and Precarious Lives: Politicizing Love, Touch, and Care in Times of COVID-19.”
Gözde Kılıç: “Turkey’s Pioneering Psychoanalyst: İzeddin Şadan’s Disquisition on (Homosexual) Love as Sickness.”
Mona Röhm: “Bringing Intimacies into the Discussion: On the Relevance of Addressing Intimate Relationships in a Migration Context.”
Robert A. Winkler: “‘Alle Apparate abschalten.’ Conceiving Love and Technology with Heidegger And Kittler.”
Pınar Türer: “An Erotic Re-Imagination of Human/Nature Relationality: Ecosexuality and the Legacies of Coloniality in Love and Sex.”
Talia Meer and Alex Müller with the Qintu Collab: “Queer Love within, through and beyond Creative Queer African Collaboration”
Sahra Rausch: “‘I Am Trying to Improve the Care of Women, That Is My Goal.’— In Conversation about Love and Abortion with Giessen-based GP Kristina Hänel.”
Liza B. Bauer: “Of Animal Love and Abuse: Exploring Ambivalent Human-Animal Relationships in Tiger King (2020) during the COVID-19 Pandemic.”