. . . the rebirth of a non-neologism, a heretical transvaluation . . .
Realized in collaboration with Armen Avanessian and published by Merve Verlag Berlin, this volume includes contributions by Fatima Al Qadiri, Monira Al Qadiri, Sophia Al-Maria, Aria Dean, Kodwo Eshun, Steve Goodman, Anna Greenspan, and Karen Orton. It also includes the introductory essay “Ethnofuturisms: Findings in Common and Conflicting Futures.”
This anthology should by no means be considered exhaustive, but only a first step toward a new field of research that might once be called Comparative Futurism.