1. Walmart, Financialization, and the Cultural Politics of Securitization
  2. Max Haiven
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  1. Revealing Power: Masked Protest and the Blank Figure
  2. Pollyanna Ruiz
  3. pp. 263-279
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  1. Accidentology: A Critical Assessment of Paul Virilio’s Political Economy of Speed
  2. Steve Matthewman
  3. pp. 280-295
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  1. The Indian Biennale Effect: The Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012
  2. Robert E D’Souza
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  1. Playgrounds and Bombsites: Postwar Britain’s Ruined Landscapes
  2. Ben Highmore
  3. pp. 323-336
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  1. Killing Memory: Roadside Memorial Removals and the Necropolitics of Affect
  2. Robert M Bednar
  3. pp. 337-356
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  1. "Places Where I Forgot Things": Memory, Identity, and the British Council Estate in the Paintings of George Shaw
  2. Ian Waites
  3. pp. 357-370
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  1. Doing Their Own Thing: Hip-Hop Youth Activism in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Murray Forman
  3. pp. 371-376
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  1. Urbi et Orbi
  2. David B. Clarke
  3. pp. 377-380
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  1. Time for Introspection?: The Problem with Left-Wing Exceptionalism
  2. Daniel Fletcher
  3. pp. 381-384
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  1. Affective Landscapes: An Introduction
  2. Christine Berberich, Neil Campbell, Robert Hudson
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