Southeast Asia is a new idea, a concept that has multiple meanings, shifting boundaries, and uncertain referents. We ask what movements are on the ground and what revolutions are in process. How we might look at each other, shifting our gaze from the Global North — both East and West — and be in conversation with our own intellectuals organic and otherwise, activists, and workers. From the uplands to the archipelago, we dream, struggle, and organise for a movement built on class politics, beyond and against the state, towards futurities queer, horizontal, and autonomous.
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