SOCIAL SCIENCE (General)

People v. Tony Blair, The by Chris Nineham

People v. Tony Blair, The

Chris Nineham

May 2013

The People v. Tony Blair argues that even a hostile media can be neutralised when a mass movement becomes powerful enough.

Politics of Indignation by Peter Mayo

Politics of Indignation

Peter Mayo

Oct 2012

This work focuses on contemporary issues within the context of neoliberalism and colonial legacies, while exploring decolonizing  spaces.

Why Are We The Good Guys? by David Cromwell

Why Are We The Good Guys?

David Cromwell

Sep 2012

A provocative challenge to the standard ideology that Western power is a benevolent force in the world.

Physical Resistance by Dave Hann

Physical Resistance

Dave Hann

Jan 2013

An activists’ history of the collective anti-fascist struggle in Britain

Melancology by Scott Wilson

Melancology

Scott Wilson

Sep 2014

Melancology addresses Black Metal as a form of environmental writing and provides a provocative contribution to debates on ecology.

Superactually by Chuk Moran

Superactually

Chuk Moran

Feb 2013

A bunch of tiny essays on life after irony, this is a book to help smart people feel hip and hip people feel smart.

Small Towns, Austere Times by Steve Hanson

Small Towns, Austere Times

Steve Hanson

Oct 2014

This book explores small town austere Britain.

Rules Without Rulers by Matthew Wilson

Rules Without Rulers

Matthew Wilson

Aug 2014

Is life without the state really possible, and, if so, what would such a life look like?

Scratching the Surface : Posties, Privatisation and Strikes in the Royal Mail by Phil Chadwick

Scratching the Surface : Posties, Privatisation and Strikes in the Royal Mail

Phil Chadwick

Aug 2014

The story of those in the frontline of change in the Royal Mail.

Cyber Disobedience by Jeff Shantz, Jordon Tomblin

Cyber Disobedience

Jeff Shantz
Jordon Tomblin

Nov 2014

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.

Romeo and Juliet in Palestine by Tom Sperlinger

Romeo and Juliet in Palestine

Tom Sperlinger

Jun 2015

Life in the West Bank, the nature of pedagogy and the role of a university under occupation.

Ignoble Displacement by Stephanie Polsky

Ignoble Displacement

Stephanie Polsky

Sep 2015

A radical reinterpretation of Dickens's novels made consequential to an understanding of capitalism in the neoliberal age.

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