Vol. 119 (2021): Totally Radical
Totally Radical

The title of this issue, “Totally Radical,” points to how difficult it has been to find a totally satisfactory (though not totalizing) understanding of radicalism and to the ways in which the term “Radical,” starting in the 1980s or earlier, was often drained of its political content. As so often happens with words and concepts in a capitalist culture, “Radical” became a marketing tool.  In this spirit, the issue brings together a collection of articles exploring intersectional analyses in service of the theory and practice of teaching, as well as pedagogical praxis.

Front Cover: “You Only get what you are organized to take” by Josh MacPhee (2017) via Just Seeds.