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Afghanistan: In Search of an Independence Day

By Mariam Ghani In Afghanistan, the Dari word jeshn refers to an annual national celebration, analogous to an “independence day” like the Fourth of July or Bastille Day. The Afghan … Continue reading

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Je Veux Voir and the State of the Frame

by Renuka Sawhney In Je Veux Voir, Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige ask, ‘Given the Violence of the 2006 war, in the face of the spectacular images on television, what kind … Continue reading

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Abandoned Property

By Eva Scharrer and Emily Jacir Emily Jacir’s ongoing practice is concerned with silenced historical narratives, resistance, movement and exchange.  She follows the threads she uncovers to the very end, … Continue reading

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Rethinking Citizenship and Human Rights: Arendt and Butler on the Right to Belong.

By Julian Honkasalo Permanent Exile: Palestinians in Lebanon Palestinians form nearly 10 % of the population in Lebanon. Nearly all are descendants of people who fled or were forcefully expelled … Continue reading

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Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige

Tayyib Rah Farjîk Shighlî (OK, I’ll Show You My Work) Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige translated by Jalal Toufic  In 1997, during the months of July and August, we presented … Continue reading

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Pierre Menard and the State of the Object

Introduction to Ok I’ll Show You My Work, By Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, translated by Jalal Toufic and first published in Al Adab in 2001 and Discourse, 24.1, winter … Continue reading

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Editorial HIVE Volume 2, The State of the Object

This second issue of Hive  – The State of the Object, specifically constructs an ‘object’ as an image, a document or an archive, so that not only is the term ‘object’ … Continue reading

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