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On Contesting and Dismantling the Forever War: An Interview with Ronak K. Kapadia

Ronak K. Kapadia is a queer cultural theorist of race, war, and empire. His research on the world-making potential of contemporary Arab, Muslim, and South Asian diasporic artists in response to the “Global War on Terror” established the curatorial framework for Surviving the Long Wars. In this interview, the curator and interdisciplinary scholar, discusses this research and his recent book Insurgent Aesthetics that draws inspiration from the turbulent and violent aftermath of September 11, 2001 and the lineages of twenty-first century art activism.

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