Parsons faculty Ariel Goldberg publishes “The Estrangement Principle”


Parsons faculty Ariel Goldberg published The Estrangement Principle, a book-length essay that explores landscapes surrounding the practice of categorizing “queer art.” Of the Estrangement Prinicple, Zoe Tuck says,“Ariel Goldberg is attentive to seemingly everything, moving through time, between public and private archives, hopping in and out of canons…It’s a bold model for public intellectualism delivered with unassuming charm.”

Published by Nightboat Books, it is available through Small Press Distribution.

Book release for The Estrangement Principle from Nightboat Books
on Sunday November 20th, 6-8pm 
at Callicoon Fine Arts
49 Delancey St, New York City.
Special guests Saretta Morgan, Amelia Bande, and Jess Barbagallo will give short readings from the book. Afterparty TBA!