Alphabetical listing of books
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What is Education for?
The birth of a revolutionary art of world-creation.
A defence of growth, progress, industry and stuff
Modernity is not the cause of our ecological woes. Only through a deepening of our modernity can we save the planet.
Examining the recent changes in the labour of an artist and addressing them from the perspective of performance.
A Contribution to the Critique of the Science of Apparatuses
Grant Vetter develops an entirely new lexicon for analyzing architectural power in the twenty first century.
How Women Are Transforming Pornography & Why It Really Matters
Anne G. Sabo
After Pornified: where female pornmakers lead the way, empowering women to claim their bodies and sex against a pornified culture.
Sex Worker Union Organizing
Sex workers of the world are uniting and fighting to gain control over their working lives.
What is the role of the aesthetic state apparatus?
Is art a mode of control? Does our desire to create constrain us as effectively as our desire to consume?
This book proposes a theory of architectural failure; a radical way to approach memory and history in the city.
A Study in Cultural Power
applies Marxism and psychoanalysis to the study of American politics. In America, every age is the Age of Nixon.
Michel Houellebecq and Depressive Realism
An interrogation of art's ability to face unpleasant truths.
Argues that the awkwardness of our age is a key to understanding human experience.
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- Art: Art & politics
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- History: North america
- History: Social history
- Literary criticism: General
- Nature: Ecology
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- Philosophy: Aesthetics
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- Philosophy: Social
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- Political science: Political freedom & security: Civil rights
- Political science: Political ideologies: Communism & socialism
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- Social science: Feminism & feminist theory
- Social science: Popular culture
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- Social science: Womens studies
- Mark FisherMark Fisher is highly respected both as a music writer and a theorist. He writes regularly for The W...
- Eugene ThackerEugene Thacker is the author of several books, including In The Dust Of This Planet (2011). He teach...
- Gilad AtzmonAtzmon writes on political matters, social issues, Jewish identity and culture. His papers are publi...
- Nina PowerNina Power is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University. She is the co-editor of Alai...
- Laurie PennyLaurie Penny is an up-and-coming feminist journalist, and has already gained a substantial following...
- Owen HatherleyOwen Hatherley was born in Southampton in 1981, and has lived in South East London for the last deca...
- David CromwellDavid Cromwell is co-editor of Media Lens, a UK-based media analysis website, which he co-founded in...
- David StubbsDavid Stubbs began working life as a freelance journalist in 1986, contributing to Melody Maker, who...
- Steven ShaviroSteven Shaviro is the DeRoy Professor of English at Wayne State University,US. He is the author of P...
- Holly Grigg-SpallHolly Grigg-Spall is a women's health activist and writer. The release of her first book 'Sweeten...
- Carl CederstromCarl Cederström is a lecturer in Human Resource Management at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff Univ...
- Peter FlemingPeter Fleming is Professor of Work and Organisation at Queen Mary College. His recent writings are a...
- Richard SeymourRichard Seymour is a socialist, writer, teacher and neurotic. He writes regular columns for the Guar...
- Adam KotskoAdam Kotsko is Assistant Professor of Humanities at Shimer College in Chicago (USA). He is the auth...
- Ivor SouthwoodAfter working as a psychiatric nurse, Ivor Southwood left the NHS in 2000 to study Literature and Me...