I strongly believe in collaborative work and this interview is a wonderful example of interinstitutional and interdisciplinary collaboration. I would like to thank both Prof. Rafael for the insightful answers and Mariah for conducting the interview. I also dearly thank Luísa Turbino and Tiago Leme for being amazing “networkers,” without whom this interview wouldn’t be possible. Last […]
The popular May 1st protests took crowds to central beaches and avenues throughout the country, soaked by the frenzy (“viva la muerte”) of denying life – obediently following the state machinery of misinformation: enough proof of the irrationality of “our” rule of law. Or we can say that political irrationality is further proof that the state of exception is highly contagious and became part of popular political culture.
by Isabella de Sousa Gonçalves*
Reviewed by Anna Paula Bennech and Giovanna Imbernon