Errant Journal, Issue #6

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Errant Journal No. 6 takes up the topic of debt in order to challenge the idea that it is something rational, natural or inevitable. The contributions in the issue address the ways in which debt and its language hold power over us and organize obedience; from its role in geopolitics to its associations with shame and guilt through moral and religious connotations. Together they reveal how the personal is always connected to the structural. Crucially, the issue also features contributions that address ways of thinking about debt outside Western/neoliberal hegemony and introduce instances of resistance to the violence and inequality inherent to debt. We’ve made additional space in this issue to address the intensified struggle for Palestinian liberation and its relations to debt/guilt and finance.

Contributors: Ian Beattie, W.E.B. Du Bois, Sultan Doughan, Toon Fibbe, Ibrahim Kombarji, Levi Masuli, Jamie McGhee, Kristina Millona, Bahar Noorizadeh, Falke Pisano, Taring Padi, Dalia Wahdan

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Errant Journal is a periodical cultural and political publication loosely inspired by Édouard Glissant's notion of the Poetics of Relation in which he opposes ideas of centres, linearity, roots and dichotomy. Errant, meaning both 'deviating from an accepted norm' and 'wandering', represents a way of breaking free from the idea of identity based on origin and the possibility to possess a totality of knowledge.