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  • 20 May 2020
    Ignacio M. Sänchez Prado

    Mexico City and Coronavirus

    Mexico City is no stranger to the Apocalypse. Carlos Monsiváis, one of its famous chroniclers, often used the term to depict the experience of living in this most surreal of world capitals. In the 1990s, Monsiváis coined the term “post-apocalyptic” to account for life in the megalopolis that emerged after decades of booming and chaotic […]

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  • 13 Jun 2016
    Kunal M. Parker

    Immigration and the US Election (Part 2): Trump v. the Law

    In part two of a four-part series, Kunal M. Parker, author of Making Foreigners (2015), reflects on immigration and the 2016 US Presidential Election.

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