The following quotations are from:

Stefano Harney and Fred Moten, The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study

Jack Halberstam: “Moten and Harney also study what it would mean to refuse what they term ‘the call to order.’ And what would it mean, furthermore, to refuse to clal others to order, to refuse interpellation and the reinstantiation of the law. When we refuse, Moten and Harney suggest, we create dissonance and more importantly, we allow dissonance to continue—when we enter a classroom and we refuse to call it to order, we are allowing study to continue, dissonant study perhaps, disorganized study, but study that precedes our call and will continue after we have left the room.”