Interregnum

I was recently hosted by the fine gentlemen of the Interregnum Podcast for a midday chat about Ultras; Rome; and dissident versus academic life.  


The Purge

Last night I had occasion to meet some interesting and energetic students that have found themselves drawn to the coming insurrection. They were each brash, proud, and defiant: in a word, dangerous. I couldn’t help but wonder, though, how long they would be able to maintain their smiles and dangerous energy in the often-toxic environment… Continue Reading


Giorgetto Romano

Men who battle for one another, and who feel quite at home in the various cages that comprise the settori ospiti of Italian soccer stadiums, don’t often make their greatest impressions with warmth, generosity, and humor; Giorgetto Romano might have been a big, bad son-of-a-bitch, but I’ll always remember how gracious and hilarious he was. An immense… Continue Reading


What a Beautiful Image!

If the State changes (from liberal to welfare to neoliberal) how much does our condition change? If Capitalism homogenizes or promotes difference only in a commodifying manner, what does it change for our ability to accurately identify lines of flight or road blocks? I listened to a podcast this morning about Whites being displaced in… Continue Reading