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Julian Forth

Julian Forth graduated from Duke Divinity School in 2009. Since 2010, Julian Forth has worked alongside DC residents in areas such as unemployment, tenant rights, and homelessness. Through his roles at The Washington Peace Center, The Potter’s House Cafe and Bookstore, The Festival Center, and the Diverse City Fund he has worked to support and grow local movements for justice. He is a long-term member of Luther Place Memorial Church.

Essays

Jean-Luc Nancy

The subtlety and poetry of Nancy’s language can mask the rigor and the urgency of his thinking. I hope to share that rigor and urgency here, particularly as it relates to global capitalism, Christianity, and ontology.

Fred Moten

Moten’s prophecy bespeaks aesthetic registers in ordinary (Black) life, but he denies that the aesthetic is redemptive.