Andrew Key (@rolandbarfs)

Andrew Key is a PhD Candidate in the Department of English and Program in Critical Theory at the University of California, Berkeley


Everything is horribly, brutally possible: On Political Disavowal

The reactionary disavower wants to stake a claim to a mode of rationality which is as equally grounded in feeling and fantasy as the furthest-out-there utopian and moralistic socialists.

Eco-Socialism or Eco-Barbarism

What good is theory in the face of catastrophic climate change? In "The Progress of the Storm" Andreas Malm articulates a strong case for a red-green, anti-fascist, anti-colonialist politics

Everything is horribly, brutally possible: On Political Disavowal

The reactionary disavower wants to stake a claim to a mode of rationality which is as equally grounded in feeling and fantasy as the furthest-out-there utopian and moralistic socialists.

Eco-Socialism or Eco-Barbarism

What good is theory in the face of catastrophic climate change? In "The Progress of the Storm" Andreas Malm articulates a strong case for a red-green, anti-fascist, anti-colonialist politics