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The special section of Dissent’s Summer 2019 issue, What Is the Nation Good For?, is edited by Quinn Slobodian. It features:
- Michael Kazin & Atossa Araxia Abrahamian on American nationalism
- E. Tendayi Achiume on the postcolonial case for rethinking borders
- Adom Getachew on Kwame Nkrumah and the quest for independence
- Quinn Slobodian & Will Callison on the failure of left-wing nationalism in Germany
- Cemal Burak Tansel on neoliberalism and authoritarianism in Turkey
- Kate Aronoff in an interview with Yanis Varoufakis
- Geoff Mann & Joel Wainwright on possible scenarios for climate disaster
Outside of the special section, you’ll find: Alyssa Battistoni on Bruno Latour’s materialism, Sarah Jones on Ursula K. Le Guin, Alex Traub on the collapse of secularism in West Bengal, Cora Currier on fighting homelessness in L.A., Gabriel Winant on the new labor history, Christine Mathias on borders and the American frontier, and much more.
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