Monday, September 30, 2019

Natasha Lennard: Journalist/Political Theory


Babendir, Bradley. "How to Avoid a Fascist Future." Pacific Standard (July 24, 2019)

Estelle, Sean and Natasha Lennard. "Ecosocialism and Eco-Barbarism." Future Left (September 20, 2019)

Evans, Brad and Natasha Lennard. Violence: Humans in Dark Times. City Lights Books, 2018.

Gately, Alison. "A Fatigued Fight: Brad Evans and Natasha Lennard’s Violence: Humans in Dark Times.'" Los Angeles Review of Books (September 3, 2018)

Iqbal, Razia. "In Conversation with Natasha Lennard." Tank Magazine Podcast (July 26, 2019) ["Natasha Lennard is joined by BBC journalist Razia Iqbal to discuss her latest book Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist life. Published earlier this year by Verso, the book contains a series of pieces ranging from the London riots to the protests at Standing Rock to debating the moral right to euthanasia. Combining an intimate, personable tone with a fierce belief in systemic change, the essays together articulate a vision of what non-fascist living might consist in."]

Lennard, Natasha.  "After the Quarantine, The Flood." Commune (March 14, 2020)

---. Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life. Verso, 2019.

---. "Do Nothing and Help Dismantle Our Broken Criminal-Justice System." The Intercept (November 21, 2017) ["A new “slacktivist” app mines cryptocurrency to pay for bail funds."]

---. "Ecocide Should Be Recognized as a Crime Against Humanity, but We Can’t Wait for The Hague to Judge." The Intercept (September 24, 2019)

---. "Going Out: No Tomorrows." The New Inquiry (May 30, 2014)

---. "How the Prosecution of Animal Rights Activists As Terrorists Foretold Today’s Criminalization of Dissent." The Intercept (December 12, 2019)

---. "In Secretive Court Hearing, NYPD Cops Who Raped Brooklyn Teen in Custody Get No Jail Time." The Intercept (August 30, 2019)

---. "Law Claiming to Fight Sex Trafficking is Doing the Opposite — By Cracking Down on Sex Work Organizing and Advocacy." The Intercept (June 13, 2018)

---. "Madrid on the Brink." Salon (October 2, 2012) ["A new short film documents and explains the context of recent anti-austerity protests in Spain."]

---. "Know Your Rights." The New Inquiry (June 28, 2017) ["We limit our resistance to fascism by relying on liberal conceptions of human rights."]

---. "The NYPD Finally Fired the Cop Who Killed Eric Garner — but the Police Reaction Shows How Little Will Change." The Intercept (August 20, 2019)

---. "The NYPD Union’s War Against Parole Reform." The Nation (March 29, 2019) ["For decades, cops have aggressively opposed even minor reforms concerning accountability and criminal justice. Now, they’re finding they no longer have the state’s parole board under their thumb."]

---. "Of Suicide." The New Inquiry (December 10, 2014)

---. "On Non-Fascist Life." Politics Theory Other (August 14, 2019) ["Natasha Lennard joins me to discuss her book, 'Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life'. We spoke about whether or not Donald Trump and the movement that has coalesced around him ought to be characterised as fascist, we also talked about the contributions of Wilhelm Reich, Michel Foucault, and other figures in the anti-psychiatry movement to theorising fascism. We discussed the legitimacy and history of anti-fascist violence and its treatment by the media, and finally we spoke about Natasha's writing on suicide and how the act of suicide brings into question capitalism's positing of the idea of the sovereign individual."]

---. "On Violence and Non-Fascism." Left Anchor #69 (May 30, 2019)

---. "Ted Cruz’s Hearing on Anarchist Protest Violence Was a Total Farce." The Intercept (August 5, 2020) ["Cruz kept mentioning Democrats’ failure to condemn a murder that was actually carried out by the far right — and refused to be corrected."]

---. "This is Not a Time for Civility." The Nation (August 10, 2018) ["White-nationalist rallies are calls for genocide, and must be treated as such."]

---. "What Does it Mean to Live a Non-Fascist Life." Broadly (April 9, 2019)

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