Naked Punch 16
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Naked Punch 16 features an extensive interview with the preeminent philosopher Enrique Dussel, who is among the founders liberation theology. We also interview Maria Mies, leading Radical Marxist Feminist about her work as a scholar and activists.

The Philosophy of Liberation: An Interview with Enrique Dussel (Part I)

by Interviewee: Enrique Duss...

    Enrique Dussel invites me in through the black gates that lead to his office at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma Mexicom.  I am 45 minutes late but he wants to put time aside for...

The Philosophy of Liberation: An Interview with Enrique Dussel (Part II)

by Interviewee: Enrique Duss...

MA:  You speak of de- and re-structuring philosophy. Could you give another example of when you take existing canonical political philosophy and de-structure it? Could you give me a specific exa...

Object Anxiety: Seher Shah Interviewed by Asif Akhtar

by Interviewee: Seher Shah I...

            An encounter with Seher Shah's work bears an invocation to possibilities of re-enchantment in a disaffected world. Through the minutest detail of mark-...

Awakening to Patriarchy: A Conversation with Maria Mies (Part 1)

by Interviewee: Maria Mies I...

  Jeanny Gering:  You have argued that women have played an active role in left and national liberation struggles and yet they have been subjugated to patriarchy after national liberation o...

Shu Arab Spring?

by Vijay Prashad

            (Naked Punch Review Issue 16 Editorial by Vijay Prashad Published 9/4/14)       I. Tornado.   A tornado seems to have swept t...

Modernity is a Fable

by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

      Modernity may be the name for our current historical epoch, allegedly characterised by unfettered progress, liberty, and the conquest of religion and superstition in the name o...

A FIELD GUIDE TO THE UNEXPECTED

by RANGI MCNEIL

      How could I mistake the scent of anxious-approaching-angry skunk for that of cheap marijuana? A scent I called skunk weed, but Vida says that term is reserved for the good shit...

BIRDS ARE NOT THE ONLY MUSIC

by Rangi McNeil

                  BIRDS ARE NOT THE ONLY MUSIC    A name, if not heavy, still of a certain heft, but less jagged than affection: a su...

My Poems Bear The Weight And Suffer The Limitations Of My Experiences: An I...

by Rangi McNeil

    MY POEMS BEAR THE WEIGHT AND SUFFER THE LIMITATIONS OF MY EXPERIENCES   Qalandar Bux Memon: Your poems often evoke death and also aging - which we might say is a movement t...

ARSENAL

by Rangi McNeil

  ARSENAL      Yesterday was beautiful; today is thick & stagnant: hurricanes threaten communities from Kitty Hawk to Nantucket – all low-lying areas are evacuated...

AN IRREGULAR ODE

by RANGI MCNEIL

     AN IRREGULAR ODE     Thirty days shy of forty,  on a rush-hour-crowded Coney-Island-bound F train,  I questioned the exact circumference of the sandy cir...

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