(noun) an intervening space
These interstices where Wallace scholarship can find something like the new voices we are being told it so desperately needs?
he adopts a gradualist “metamorphosis” framework and places considerable weight on the eclectic development of “interstitial alternatives” that grow in the cracks of capitalism — “real utopias” that can eventually spread to capitalism’s core
on Erik Olin Wright
Magical Marxism [...] lodges itself somewhere within the interstices of a liberated time and liberated space, between the right to free time and the right to free space
Experiments in other modes of life are being explored within this new community, in the interstices of a society
Capitalism did not supplant feudalism by way of some neat revolutionary transformation resting on the forces mobilised within only one of these spheres. It had to grow within the interstices of the old society and supplant it bit by bit