The Future Issue

With this issue of Peeps, we bring you the work of researchers and visionaries who guide us forward by looking back. 2020 is off to a challenging start, but the hope lies in the lessons we learn... Editorial

Afrofuturism Answers Back to Afro-pessimism

Stories to Build a World By

Innovating for a Sustainable Future

What to do with the Present

Un-Settling the City

Feature

4 Peeps Play List

The playlist, for Issue 4, kicked off by our editorial team but to be expanded by our readers/listeners, is here!

Feature

4 Peeps Reading List

Peeps editor Cat Ashton kicks off our reading list with a bevy of speculative fictions about the future.

Podcast

4 Peeps Media List

Peeps’ inaugural media list, curated and kicked-off by our editor Ife Olatunji, focuses on afrofuturism in its many forms.


Archives

A conversation with Barry Lord

Culture Forum

A Conversation with Barry Lord

As the energy sources that made our world changed, people’s identities also had to adjust to the values that each energy brought with it.

Magazine Practice

Beyond the Disease

Unveiling how the struggle for identity can become a matter of life or death for young men living with hemophilia.

Curation

The Research Behind Binge Watching as a Cultural Movement ↗

Insights Association / 10.11.2018

We are hearing all about the new streaming wars: but what about the massive, research-driven cultural change that brought it about? The Insights Association shared a piece discussing Netflix research methods resulting in a radical change in the way we watch “shows.”