EXN Journal- On Black Mediterranean is an ever-expanding platform, open to word/image/sound-based contributions dealing with the complexities of the Black Mediterranean frame of enquiry.  In the coming  months we will keep adding to this page, branching out in different trajectories, which will hopefully lead us towards new paths of research and analysis. 

We are launching EXN Journal-On Black Mediterranean right in the peculiar days of COVID-19 global escalation. Back in 2016, EX NUNC was conceived as an anti-geographical project, which elected the online space as its main field of action. As we all are dealing with isolation, confinement and loss in our everyday, offline life, we might find solace in the Internet as a supposedly open agora, where we get together, to conspire, reflect and image alternatives that are no more avoidable.

Although we are doing this online, still we are reflecting on a variously mappable geography, including land and sea, states and people, which are affected by concrete socio-political and economic behaviours, wounded by (hi)stories recent and past. A protean landscape traversed by struggles that are still burning as we write. We believe that it is now more than ever important to look at the Mediterranean as one of the spaces where our future ways of being, and of being together, are currently taking shape. Our attempt with EXN Journal-On Black Mediterranean is to open up a dissonant conversation about realities and imaginations of the Mediterranean today.


If you want to participate, please get in touch at info@ex-nunc.org

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