Les Halles Centrales, Paris (1853)

Order in the Halls “Les Halles, then, is a place in restless flux, an expression of the struggle between the irrepressible, chaotic everyday and the incessant forces of centralized, authoritarian planning and capitalist control.”1 The markets of Les Halles can be traced back to the early 1100s as the “marché des Champeaux”.2 It conveniently sits […]

British Industrial/resource extraction North America Settler colonialism Uncategorized

Tuckahoe Slave Labour Camp

A Conflict of Dominion at the Slave Quarters Tuckahoe slave labour camp is located ten miles west of Richmond, Virginia and was first settled by the Randolph family in 1714 and was at one point the childhood home of Thomas Jefferson.1 Construction of the main house began soon after and ultimately underwent the addition of […]

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