Kajet, a journal of Eastern European encounters, published by Dispozitiv Books.
This issue of Kajet seeks to reclaim a lost space in times of anxiety and provide an organised structure of support, becoming an instrument of solidarity between peripheries, between marginals that share a synchronous struggle. The Eastern European struggle is not that of catching up with the West or regaining foothold, but that of maintaining life. For this, we need to lay the foundations for a future-oriented experimental internationalism, one that bridges theory and practice in order to conceive a world beyond capital, one that is led through indignation, solidarity, persistence, and systematic planning. So, dear reader, rise in anger and stand firm in solidarity!
0. Brief Histories of Struggle
I. Being is Struggling
II. Everything was Forever
III. Strategies of Resistance
IV. Conflicting Spaces
V. Ghosts of the Past
Gergő Varga, Hannah Bartels, Andrei Mihail, Petrică Mogoș, Vladimir Us, Simina Neagu, Dana Olărescu, Bojana Janković, Lina Džuverovic, Lucie Korbelová, Elliott Papazahariakis, V. Leac, Gabi Eftimie, Marija Nemčenko, Ola Korbańska, Klodiana Millona, Nikola Yanev, Anna Mária Juhász, Cristina Cărcănescu, Sabin Borș, Ștefan Ionescu-Ambrosie, Julien Britnic, Charlotte Gruber
Ramin Mazur, Nikita Dembinski, Gabriel Barbu, Laura Naum, Rio Rio, Mihai Șovăială, Vlad Brăteanu, Ola Korbańska, Blerta Kambo, Hristina Tasheva, Ilya Rabinovich, Dragoș Boțcău, Meindert Peirens, Michał Siarek
16 x 23,5, 256 pages, Bucharest