Alphabetical listing of books
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Dialogues on Architecture and the Left
Nadir Z. Lahiji
Can architectural discourse rethink itself in terms of a radical emancipatory project? And if so, what would be the contours of such a discourse?
An aesthetics of the economy for the twenty-first century.
A sequel to Awkwardness and Why We Love Sociopaths, Creepiness explores popular culture to examine the worst character trait of all.
Re://Presenting Online Anarchy
Few activities have captured the contemporary popular imagination as hacking and online activism, from Anonymous and beyond. Few political ideas have gained more notoriety recently than anarchism. Yet both remain misunderstood and much maligned.
Facing ethical disaster perhaps what we need isn't moral law but moral chaos.
An immanent materialist account of Kate Middleton
David R. Cole
Understanding how Kate Middleton can be conceived in the current geopolitical situation
The Soldier with No Name
Gavin James Bower
Claude Cahun is the most important artist you've never heard of - until now.
This book attacks the ideological foundations of capitalism, starting with the mystifications surrounding the idea of ‘the market’.
Pop-cultural wars on class and gender
Rhian E. Jones
Class and gender in Britpop and after, and why 'chav' is a feminist issue.
Caped Crusaders in the Neoliberal Age
The blockbuster superhero movie: popular entertainment or capitalist propaganda? This book investigates the 21st-century superhero's underlying political agenda.
Artistic Technique and the Precisions of Human Perception
How is technique political?
Is there no alternative?
An analysis of the ways in which capitalism has presented itself as the only realistic political-economic system.
This book maps capitalisms mobilization of cloud computing in its bid to archive and enclose the future.
Paul J. Ennis
In Continental Realism Paul Ennis tackles the rise of realist metaphysics in contemporary continental philosophy.
Evan Calder Williams
From salvagepunk to zombie hordes, wastelands to plagued cities, Combined and Uneven Apocalypse grapples with the apocalyptic fantasies of our collapsing era.
Platonic myth meets American noir in this haunting collection of philosophical images, from gigantic Ferris wheels to offshore drilling rigs.
Recent Essays on British Film
Why nobody who knows Britain recognises the Britain represented in British films.A general-interest, polemical book on contemporary British Cinema that focuses heavily on cult movies like "Withnail and I" and "Sexy Beast" both of which have committed audi
The aesthetics of dejection and the politics of militant dysphoria
A scintillating critical survey of the "cold worlds" of Romantic poetry, black metal, teenage angst and terrorism.
- Architecture: General
- Art: Criticism & theory
- Art: European
- Art: History: Modern (late 19th century to 1945)
- Biography & autobiography: Women
- Business & economics: General
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- Fiction: Fairy tales, folklore & mythology
- Literary criticism: Canadian
- Literary criticism: Comics & graphic novels
- Literary criticism: European
- Literary criticism: Semiotics & theory
- Literary criticism: Women authors
- Music: General
- Music: Genres & styles: Heavy metal
- Music: History & criticism
- Performing arts: Film & video: History & criticism
- Philosophy: Aesthetics
- Philosophy: Ethics & moral philosophy
- Philosophy: General
- Philosophy: Metaphysics
- Philosophy: Political
- Philosophy: Social
- Political science: General
- Political science: Political freedom & security
- Political science: Political ideologies
- Political science: Political ideologies: Anarchism
- Political science: Political ideologies: General
- Social science: Folklore & mythology
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- Social science: Media studies
- Social science: Popular culture
- Social science: Social classes
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- 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...
- Chris O'LearyChris O'Leary is a writer, editor and journalist based in western Massachusetts. O'Leary has intervi...
- 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...
- Benjamin NoysBenjamin Noys is a UK-based theorist and critic who teaches at the University of Chichester and writ...
- Youssef El-GingihyYoussef El-Gingihy is a GP working in Tower Hamlets. He studied medicine, neuroscience and English l...