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In lieu of an abstract, here is the beginning of the article: What can today's politics and cultures teach us about subjectivity? Can postdeconstructive theorisations of subjectivity retain or even widen the spaces in which subjects that are no longer metaphysical or humanist might cooperate to construct new emancipatory struggles? Guided by these questions, this special issue explores the ways in which subjectivity is being constituted and contested in the early twenty-first century: itdoi:10.17613/m6tc71 fatcat:4tp2snkqezcmfga6ubkh7bfvya