In the inaugural print issue of Electra Street, we feature:
- Editors’ Introduction [Download PDF here]
- “Macbeth: The Tragedy We Have, the Tragedy We Need,” an essay by Catharine R. Stimpson with artwork by Lan Duong
- “HEARTPIECE in Mongolia,” an essay by Michael Littig and Kevin Riordan
- “An Inside Job? Revisiting Disciplinary Conceptions of ‘Native’ Anthropology,” an essay by Ankhi Thakurta
- “Arab Crossroads Studies at NYU Abu Dhabi: A Regional Perspective,” an essay by Justin Stearns
- “Egypt Everyday: The Photographs of Yasser Alwan – A Public Conversation,” an interview with photographer Yasser Alwan conducted by Shamoon Zamir [Click here for bonus content]
- “Every Body is Marked,” fiction by Joey Bui
- Poems by Sachi Leith
- “My Sister the Lifeguard,” fiction by Jennifer Acker
- “Metaethics,” an essay by Matthew Silverstein
- “Traveling through the GNU,” an essay by Nathalie Peutz
- Artwork and photographs by Liza Tait-Bailey, James Hunt, Anna Ivanova Kukova, Caroline Mobena, Khadija Toor, and Agustina Zegers.
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