I modified the schedule of readings and the date of the midterm on the course information page.
Robert J.C. Young explains the cover of his book, Postcolonialism: An Historical Introduction (2001):
Photos of Princess Hijab’s grafitti:
Culture bombing by Niqabitch:
From Egypt, a message to Wisconsin workers who are facing a direct attack not simply against their wages and pensions, but the very right to collectively bargain.
First, a map of the continent of Africa:
Hey, look at this. These images strike me as a good visual analogy for writing autobiography.
Today we started with a photograph (Eugene Hoshiko/ AP) from the UK Guardian which I thought could tell us something about the condition of the contemporary era: