In his contribution “Inhabiting Photography – Between Medium and Mediality” to the debate section Saadi Nikro considers the life of photographs as embodied circulations and social economies of affect.
Carolyn Pedwell is our second contributor to the new debate section on critical habitations with her post on (In)habiting the Present.
Simon Strick opens the new debate section on criticalhabitations with his post on “How do you live? From Construction to Habitation.“
Interrogating “the queerness of things not queer” the 2nd issue of Feministische Studien 2012 (edited by Gabriele Dietze, Beatrice Michaelis and Elahe Haschemi Yekani) engages the new materialist feminism from a queer perspective in order to frame affects and materialities as possible starting points for queer/feminist interventions.
With contributions by Ute Kalender, Nana Adusei-Poku, Simon Strick, Lukas Engelmann, Christiane König, Lena Eckert and Maja Linke as well as an Interview of Renate Lorenz, Johanna Schaffer and Andrea Thal.
All contributions are in German. The introduction and some of the articles can be downloaded here.