Sara Ahmed

Sara Ahmed is a feminist writer, scholar, and activist. She is the author of Willful Subjects (2014), On Being Included (2012), The Promise of Happiness (2010), and Queer Phenomenology (2011). Her most recent book is Living a Feminist Life (2017).


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Snap as Revolutionary Time

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Snap as Revolutionary Time
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