The Flatness of Blackness: Afro-Pessimism and the Erasure of Anti-Colonial Thought

The following piece first appeared in print in Salvage #7: Towards the Proletarocene, our relaunch i...

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The ‘Anti-Semitism, Zionism and the Left’ Panel: Listen to Salvage at Historical Materialism 2019

  We launched our seventh issue of Salvage: Towards the Proletarocene and the Historical Materialism 2019 conference in London. On the first panel, already released in audio here, three members of the Salvage editorial collective talked about...

‘It’s in the Air, It’s in Your Bones’: Notes on an Aftermath

It is possible that this would always, no matter what Brexit position was taken, when and how, have been the death knell of the parliamentary road to survival. 

Recentring the State: A Response to Barnaby Raine on Anti-Semitism

We lack a clear and precise analysis of contemporary anti-Semitism, its origin and social role, particularly with respect to the West.

Boris Johnson is a Formidable Campaigner

Boris Johnson is a formidable campaigner. He is one of the few politicians who can connect with ordinary people. He has real charisma. He stands for a proud One Nation conservatism. He stands for law and order. Other parties might claim a line of...


ISSUE 7 – AUTUMN 2019

Towards the Proletarocene

  

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Boris Johnson is a Formidable Campaigner

Boris Johnson is a Formidable Campaigner

Boris Johnson is a formidable campaigner. He is one of the few politicians who can connect with ordinary people. He has real charisma. He stands for a proud One Nation conservatism. He stands for law and order. Other parties might claim a line of zero tolerance. But...

This Is Why We Hate You: December Editorial

This Is Why We Hate You: December Editorial

What is there to say?  What can Salvage possibly add by way of ‘encouragement’, ‘propaganda’, ‘intervention’, with regard to the forthcoming British General Election, that has not been said already by those with far greater reach and impact than us? That our readers...

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None Shall Pass: Trans and the Rewriting of the Body

None Shall Pass: Trans and the Rewriting of the Body

‘Wanting’ has an obvious double meaning. To want something in the ordinary sense is to wish for it. But want is also lack. The two meanings are not necessarily separable. To want for nothing is not necessarily to have everything, but to be without nothing that one...

Making and Getting Made: Towards a Cyborg Transfeminism

Making and Getting Made: Towards a Cyborg Transfeminism

‘I feel confined, only free to expand myself within boundaries.’ Major Motoko Kusanagi, Ghost in the Shell In the 1995 anime version of Ghost In The Shell, we’re offered both the dream and the nightmare of trans politics. Ghost In The Shell is particularly incisive,...

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