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Working from the premise of our situated knowledge, the first issue starts with acknowledging the importance of locating oneself in time, and subsequently question time´s claim to universality. Titled When Are We? this issue features the politics of time and the way in which we have internalized the idea of the present, of what is modern, contemporary and now, and how this is in fact riddled with contradictions and based on mechanisms of exclusion. With contributions by, among others, Narda Alvarado, Season Butler, Irene de Craen, Shona Mei Findlay, Sophie Hoyle, Remy Jungerman, Rajkamal Kahlon, Yazan Khalili, Vera Mey, Rasheedah Phillips and Mark Smith.