The lecture and reading “Vulnerable Empire” by Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb, followed by a Q&A moderated by Ivan L. Munuera, Museum of Art Architecture and Technology 2021.
“Fieldwork: Anthropology and Intellectual Labor in Ari Aster’s Midsommar,” Labors of Fear: The Modern Horror Film Goes to Work (University of Texas Press, 2023).
“Hard Mother” by Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb (U.S. Pavilion, Venice Biennale Architecturra, 2023)
“Body Blitz,” Supervision: On Motherhood and Surveillance (MIT Press, 2023).
Greenlight bookstore welcomes lawyer and critic Hawa Allan to discuss her debut book of nonfiction, Insurrection, with Anjuli Raza Kolb.
A kaleidoscopic trip through the intertwined histories of pandemics, riots, and colonial violence.
Harvard Bookstore launch with Gauri Viswanathan
Epidemic Empire chat with Justin Podur (Anti-Empire Project and York U)
Epidemic Empire: Pandemic Implications Lecture at Tufts University
Six Questions on Epidemic Empire
ThinkFest Pakistan lecture on poetry and the disease poetics of empire
written interview with Anne Schult, editor of the JHI blog, in two parts