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Collective reading and discussion of fragments from Contract & Contagion, from Biopolitics to Oikonomia (), a book by Angela Mitropoulos. The text is selected by Caveat dramaturg Steyn Bergs. 26 Jun Caveat Reading Room #9 with Patrick Bernier & Olive Martin.