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Other Paradises by Jessica Sequeira

Other Paradises

Poetic approaches to thinking in a technological age

Jessica Sequeira

Apr 2018

A collection of essays exploring imaginative responses to science and technology.

Marx Returns by Jason Barker

Marx Returns

Jason Barker

Feb 2018

The story of one man's struggle to write the book that will change the world.

Millennials and the Moments That Made Us by Shaun Scott

Millennials and the Moments That Made Us

A Cultural History of the U.S. from 1982-Present

Shaun Scott

Feb 2018

A generation on the move, a country on the brink, and a young author's search to find out how we got here.

Fear of Music by David Stubbs

Fear of Music

Why People Get Rothko But Don't Get Stockhausen

David Stubbs

Apr 2009

An examination of why modern art can be easier to appreciate than modern music.

Psy-Complex in Question by Ian Parker

Psy-Complex in Question

Critical Review in Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Social Theory

Ian Parker

Jan 2018

Tracing a series of key debates in and against the psy-complex.

How to Read a History Book by Marshall T. Poe

How to Read a History Book

The Hidden History of History

Marshall T. Poe

Jan 2018

How to Read a History Book explains who writes history books, how the writers are trained, and why they write them.

Neglected or Misunderstood: Introducing Theodor Adorno by Stuart Walton

Neglected or Misunderstood: Introducing Theodor Adorno

Stuart Walton

Dec 2017

An introductory approach that evaluates Theodor Adorno's work in its own terms and within those of present-day critical theory.

Los Indignados: Tides of Social Insertion in Spain by Richard R. Weiner, Ivan  Lopez

Los Indignados: Tides of Social Insertion in Spain

Richard R. Weiner
Ivan Lopez

Dec 2017

A movement that is transforming Spanish politics and society, heralding an end to the Transition since Franco, and responding to multiple legitimation crises in Spain and in Europe.

Revolutionary Keywords for a New Left by Ian Parker

Revolutionary Keywords for a New Left

Ian Parker

Dec 2017

Fifty revolutionary keywords for a new left.

Serf's Journal, A by Terry Tapp

Serf's Journal, A

The Story of the United States' Longest Wildcat Strike

Terry Tapp

Nov 2017

The Story of the United States' Longest Wildcat Strike.

Punk Is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night by Andrew Gallix, Richard Cabut

Punk Is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night

Andrew Gallix
Richard Cabut

Oct 2017

An anthology featuring the most astute commentators and participants of the underground rise of punk, in this nuanced portrait of the era.

Georgian Portraits by Katrine Bendtsen Gotfredsen, Martin Demant Frederiksen

Georgian Portraits

Essays on the Afterlives of a Revolution

Katrine Bendtsen Gotfredsen
Martin Demant Frederiksen

Oct 2017

Ten ethnographic portraits telling the story of the social and political aftermaths of revolution.

Fire Hides Everywhere by Julian Feeld

Fire Hides Everywhere

Julian Feeld

Oct 2017

Technology failed, most died. On an abandoned farm in the middle of France, an old man cares for a group of survivors: all children. Then he suffers a stroke, which comes to end their world for a second time.

Writing on the Wall, The by Alastair Hemmens, Anselm Jappe

Writing on the Wall, The

On the Decomposition of Capitalism and Its Critics

Alastair Hemmens
Anselm Jappe

Sep 2017

A new approach to the meaning of social emancipation

Off-Modern, The by Ron Roberts

Off-Modern, The

Psychology Estranged

Ron Roberts

Sep 2017

A new psychology for a new society.

Lenin Lives!  by Philip Cunliffe

Lenin Lives!

Reimagining the Russian Revolution 1917-2017

Philip Cunliffe

Sep 2017

What if history had had a happy ending? To change the future, we need to reimagine the past.

How the Establishment Lost Control by Chris Nineham

How the Establishment Lost Control

Chris Nineham

Aug 2017

An examination of dramatic developments across the British political landscape and the current crisis of consent, post-Brexit.

Anatomy of Thought-Fiction by Joanna Demers

Anatomy of Thought-Fiction

CHS report, April 2214

Joanna Demers

Jul 2017

Why do people choose to believe things they know are untrue?

Henry, Henry by Brian Willems

Henry, Henry

A Novella

Brian Willems

Jun 2017

A brilliantly conceived, wild and thought-provoking tale of composer Henry Purcell and his unscholarly contemporary biographers.

Kill All Normies by Angela Nagle

Kill All Normies

Online culture wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the alt-right

Angela Nagle

Jun 2017

How internet subcultures are conquering the mainstream, from from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the alt-right.

That Existential Leap: a crime story by Dolan Cummings

That Existential Leap: a crime story

Dolan Cummings

May 2017

A riveting novel that toys with the conventions of detective and gangster novels, giving them a sharp, philosophical twist.

Deconstructing Dirty Dancing by Stephen  Lee Naish

Deconstructing Dirty Dancing

Stephen Lee Naish

Apr 2017

It's time to take Dirty Dancing out of the corner and place it under the microscope.

Advancing Conversations: Srećko Horvat - Subversion! by Alfie Bown, Srećko Horvat

Advancing Conversations: Srećko Horvat - Subversion!

Alfie Bown
Srećko Horvat

Feb 2017

An interview with acclaimed European philosopher and political activist Srećko Horvat.

Uncertain Futures by Edmund Berger

Uncertain Futures

An Assessment of the Conditions of the Present

Edmund Berger

Feb 2017

A detailed look into the economic and political conditions of our present moment from a Marxist perspective.

Continuity and Rupture by J. Moufawad-Paul

Continuity and Rupture

Philosophy in the Maoist Terrain

J. Moufawad-Paul

Dec 2016

A philosophical examination of the theoretical terrain of contemporary Maoism premised on the counter-intuitive assumption that Maoism did not emerge as a coherent theory until the end of the 1980s.

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