Kings Review - Flights
King’s Review is an annual print publication based at King’s College, University of Cambridge. KR publishes— both on and offline— art, interviews and essays exploring politics, culture and contemporary life. KR combines the rigor of academic research with journalism — it is accessible whilst sacrificing nothing in the way of depth and discernment.
The latest issue of the Kings Review explores the theme of ‘flights’ from various vantage points and disciplines, be it winged practices of flying or the act of fleeing within and beyond borders. Cover artist Larry Achiampong employs an Afrofuturist vision of a new Pan African world, Anna Lawrence pens an essay examining the effect of migratory practices in 19th century New Zealand, and Nadi Abusaada examines the history of colonial contestation and resistance over Palestinian airspace.
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