Accessible Atmospheres and Medically Assisted Death: Dignity, Oppression, and the Eugenic Impulse in Canada

Sophia Jaworski

Content warning: This article discusses suicide, genocide, eugenics, and other forms of violence.In Canada, it is easier to access physician-assisted suicide than it is to secure accessible housing. What sense [...]

“Be Strong Like a Kitchen Cabinet”: Indestructible Objects as Symbols of Resistance in Ukraine

Alisa Sopova

“Cities are about life, not just about walls. The objects that we hold sacred cannot be destroyed in principle because walls and roofs constitute only one percent of their essence, [...]

Sovereignty in Settler Colonial Times: Kinship and Education in the Tibetan Exile Community

Dawa Lokyitsang

When the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, along with his administration and more than 80,000 Tibetans, fled to Nepal and India following China’s military retaliations against the Tibetan uprisings of 1959, they [...]

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