[.,THE GRIMY, GRIMY STORY.,] visibility and violence during the 1968 Sanitation Workers’ Strikes
Zooming Out

[.,THE GRIMY, GRIMY STORY.,] visibility and violence during the 1968 Sanitation Workers’ Strikes

By Sophie May   Acknowledgements: The photographs used in this project are not mine!! Thank you to the many disparate sources from which I obtained them, and to the people who originally took them. Citations: Recalling the City’s Garbage Strike of 1968 [VIDEO] Today in NYC History: The Great Garbage Strike of 1968 https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/04/the-secret-world-of-garbagemen/274536/ https://www.vintag.es/2013/12/nyc-garbage-strike-1968.htmlContinue reading

Apex
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Apex

By D. Albè Bogetti Pérez It’s easier to imagine the past with opened eyes. It’s true. We are convinced, obviously, that this is impossible, so every time that we want to relive a memory that has stumbled upon our unsuspecting minds, we close our eyes and surrender and wait. Then, our brains, deprived of light … Continue reading

Theorizing the Final Girl: Carol Clover and the Cultural Value of SCREAM
Watch & Listen

Theorizing the Final Girl: Carol Clover and the Cultural Value of SCREAM

By Anna Grace Lee “What’s your favorite scary movie?” Early in Wes Craven’s 1996 slasher movie, Scream, the killer asks the protagonist, Sidney, this now-iconic question. Sidney replies that she doesn’t watch scary movies, because “They’re all the same, some stupid killer stalking some big-breasted girl who can’t act, who’s always running up the stairs when … Continue reading