The Manifesto Handbook: 95 Theses on an Incendiary Form
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ISBN : 9781785358982
Category : Philosophy
Format : Paperback
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Growing up in post-revolutionary Iran, I was always in love with the idea of manifestos; as texts, movements, gestures for resistance and mobilization. Yet I hardly found myself in them, for it being such a male, Western, white dominant genre of ""making claims and occupying space."" Julian Hanna's book does a beautiful and necessary job of showing both the limits and the possibilities of manifestos; giving us the chance to re-imagine its potential for a new kind of world-building and re-claiming. --Morehshin Allahyari, artist and co-author of The 3D Additivist Manifesto

Julian Hanna is Assistant Professor at Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute, Portugal. His work focuses on critical intersections between culture, politics and technology. After completing his PhD at the University of Glasgow, he taught at the University of British Columbia and the University of Lisbon. Hanna's writing often appears in academic journals and magazines such as The Atlantic, 3:AM and Minor Literature[s]. He co-authors the Crap Futures blog with the designer James Auger; in 2017 their work won the CCCB Cultural Innovation International Prize. Hanna lives in Funchal, Portugal.

 



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