Make your next read a MASSIVE one with our 50% off BIG BOOKS sale! Ends July 17.
In this extract from Alt-America, David Neiwert looks back at the early days of the Trump presidency and the lies and authoritarian tactics that underpin it.
by David Neiwert - 50% off until 17 July!
Peter Hallward examines political mobilizations among Haiti's popular classes in the years between the US-backed 2004 coup and the first presidential elections that followed, in 2006 — and the violent repression that met them.
In conversation with Juan Dal Maso, Razmig Keucheyan discusses twenty-first century critical theory, the need for strategic thinking, and the Marxist perspective on the environmental crisis.
Juliet Jacques and writer and curator Paul Clinton discuss the wave of queer radicalism that followed May 1968 in France.
Japan is experiencing a demographic crisis, with low fertility rates and an aging population. But why does sex and reproduction cause so much anxiety, and what portents for a alternative economics does the crisis hold?
"Like an Orwell of the computer age." - Kirkus
Make your next read a MASSIVE one with 50% off our BIGGEST BOOKS! Ends July 17.
In this edited excerpt from Atlas of Emotion, Giuliana Bruno presents the feminist function of emotional cartography, and the tender "site-seeing" of cinema, including Marguerire Duras's Hiroshima mon Amour.
The communist militant, philosopher and historian Domenico Losurdo died in June. He worked for many years on the history of liberalism, as he sought to rethink the processes of emancipation. In this 2013 interview for l’Humanité he revisited the themes of his Liberalism: A Counter History.