Eventocracy in a time of pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed a disruptive, new event-oriented politics in places like the United States and India. This essay looks at the emergent relationship between large-scale events, political subjectivity, and communities of sense and sense-making in the chaotic times of late-capitalism. It also asks if global crisis events like a pandemic can present opportunities to re-imagine new worlds in light of present-day challenges.
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