My Internet Brain
This is where things I want to write go. They're often about feminism, or science and fancy data visualisations, or punk music, or the internet, or the Western Sahara, or things in the news that make me angry.
I also run a less scatter-shot blog about radical theory, strategy and useful tools at Tips for Radicals.
If I ever say anything that you think is shitty or prejudiced, please call me on it — I try to be a decent human being, but sometimes I fuck up, and it's good to learn. Unless you're calling me out because you're a bigot and you don't like what I say, because then I just won't care.
I rarely talk about things that need trigger warnings, but I'm trying to get better at posting them when I need to.
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- A point about the Punk Rock Scene and how it managed to make a British born Pakistani girl feel...
theoryactionpractice said:i wrote theory about the state! The hot topic...
I think signing up for OKC was worth it, if nothing else because I have successfully:
- laralein1507 asked:So, as I actually signed up to tumblr to ask this, I really hope for an answer. First of all, I like your idea to research POC in European Art history. What I would like to know anyhow is if you are actually an art historian? This would be interesting to know, as I am sure I am not the only one to wonder where you study art history (or history of any kind) and never ever learn that there were indeed POC in pre-Enlightenment Europe? Best wishes and thank you for your answer in advance!
I receive a lot of messages that come off as not-so-veiled inquiries into what my “qualifications”...