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Names hold culture and history. They defend or surrender their bearer to the prejudices of the world. So what does it mean when your name doesn’t mean anything?
Race in America, June 15 2013
May 1, 2013
Guernica is now producing quarterly themed issues that follow our regular online format, but that are centered on explicit directions within the intersection of art and politics in which we’ve been working for the last eight years. Submissions welcome.
Work for Guernica
April 22, 2013
We're currently looking for interns for our editorial and publishing departments.
A World Without Guernica?
April 20, 2013
Guernica has big plans for the rest of 2013 and beyond, and your support will be crucial as we invest in the next writers and artists who will challenge, inspire, and provoke you.
Guernica/PEN Flash Series
April 16, 2013
A new partnership with PEN American Center kicks off with a story from Randa Jarrar.
Kaavya Asoka: Shifting the Gaze
May 16, 2013
The Guggenheim’s current exhibition, No Country, challenges conceptions of modern Asian art.
Keith Meatto: Seven Ways of Looking at The Great Gatsby
May 15, 2013
Meditations on Jay G, Jay-Z, the art of plagiarism, and America’s love affair with money, guns, and decadence
Carlos Franz: Normalcy without Liberty
May 14, 2013
Life in East Germany on display in a strange Berlin museum.