Self As Other: Reflections on Self-Care Now Available Hand-bound and as PDF

In activist circles and elsewhere, it has become commonplace to speak of self-care, taking for granted that the meaning of this expression is self-evident. But “self” and “care” are not static or monolithic; nor is “health.” How has this discourse been colonized by capitalist values? How could we expand our notion of care to encompass a transformative practice?

For a free online reading copy.

For a hand-bound copy with silk-screened covers, featuring art by contributor Corina Dross. Limited edition, numbered. selfasother_cover_etsy1

 

 

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