This week I have published (that is, opened to general access) my research project, which runs parallel to this blog. It is a website/book-in-progress called The Tragedy of Revolution: Revolution as Hubris in Modern Tragedy.
This scholarly project explores the self-destruction of revolution as depicted in modern drama by analyzing a major scene in thirty political tragedies, from the 18th to the 21st century. The website frames the analysis of plays with additional material curated from current events and debates relevant to the tragedy revolution.
Since the launch of this blog three years ago, I have been raising often questions of radical politics, with an emphasis on autonomist disengagement, and I will continue doing so. In addition, I plan to work contrapuntally on my blog and my site in order to keep them in regular dialogue and resonance.
December 26, 2017