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* New section on [[decolonial aesthetics]]. (23 Feb 2020)
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* The works of [[Sylvia Wynter]]. (28 Feb 2021).
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* New entries on [[Petr Uhl]] and [[Zdeněk Mlynář]]. (31 Jan 2021)
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* New entries on [[Ágnes Heller]] and [[Lucien Goldmann]]. (21 Jan 2021)
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* Recently expanded profiles: [[Antonio Gramsci]], [[Chantal Mouffe]], [[Ernesto Laclau]], [[Suely Rolnik]], [[Franco Berardi]], [[David Graeber]], [[Elizabeth Povinelli]], [[Ariella Azoulay]], [[Sandy Stone]], [[Shannon Mattern]], [[Martin Hägglund]], [[Gregory Bateson]], [[Roger Caillois]], [[Frantz Fanon]], [[Johanna Drucker]], [[Maryanne Amacher]], [[Lucinda Furlong]], [[Harald Szeemann]], [[Emmy Hennings]], [[Hugo Ball]], [[Kurt Schwitters]], [[Richard Huelsenbeck]]. (15 Jan 2021)
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* [[Conceptual comics]], a new library of little known works of comics that explore its critical and expressive potential, address conditions of its production and materiality of publishing. Now counting 77 works from the 1930s through today, assembled by [[Ilan Manouach]]. [https://twitter.com/monoskop/status/1315295087480406020 Twitter]. (10 Oct 2020)
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* New section on [[decolonial aesthetics]]. [https://twitter.com/monoskop/status/1232618161767407616 Twitter]. (23 Feb 2020)
 
* New resource on [[federated networks]]. (17 Sep 2019)
 
* New resource on [[federated networks]]. (17 Sep 2019)
 
* Entry on [[cyberfeminism]] has been expanded. (1 Jul 2019)
 
* Entry on [[cyberfeminism]] has been expanded. (1 Jul 2019)
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* [[Media:Monoskop.column.TheWire.Nov2012.jpg|The Wire magazine takes on Monoskop]]. (October 2012)
 
* [[Media:Monoskop.column.TheWire.Nov2012.jpg|The Wire magazine takes on Monoskop]]. (October 2012)
 
[[Monoskop:About#Writings_about_Monoskop|More]]
 
[[Monoskop:About#Writings_about_Monoskop|More]]
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==See also==
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* [[About Monoskop]]

Latest revision as of 14:27, 28 February 2021

Recent additions to Monoskop (selection)

Events

Monoskop workshop at Panke gallery, Berlin, 2019.
Remake, 2012
Remake, 2012

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Writings on Monoskop

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See also