In a time of ecological crisis, it is unsurprising that questions of the body have become a focal point within contemporary radical politics. One of the great strengths of Silvia Federici’s peerless work in this regard is to remind us that bodies have multiple histories. There are the histories of techniques of capturing and disciplining […]

Kathryn Yusoff’s A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None locates the origins of climate change in slavery while exploring the grammars of capture, extraction and displacement.