This anthology, global in scope, presents voices of dissent from every era of human history: speeches and pamphlets, poems and songs, plays and manifestos. Comm..(read more)
‘…nourishes public intellectual space – without it our public culture would be diminished.’ (Tariq Modood)
Percussionist, improviser and AMM founding member Eddie Prévost’s new book presents a fascinating series of reflections and challenging insights on music..(read more)
Contemporary discussions on identity, intersectionality, power structures and politics – covers a wide range of feminist thinking and works, and the relat..(read more)
Institutional racism became part of public discourse in the UK in 1999, after the Macpherson report on the murder of Stephen Lawrence by the police some years..(read more)
The Politics of Debt brings together philosophers, political scientists, and economists reflecting on the political role played by debt.
Big Tech’s predictive algorithms are locking us into nostalgic feedback loops. The result is a precarious society with its gaze fixed on the good old days.
After a crushing political defeat at the UK election, one resource of hope is municipalism. One of the most inspiring examples is Preston council.
In Dutch. Sandra Trienekens’ book is very suitable for use in education and broadens our view of the history of artistic research into the relationship be..(read more)
Field of Battle presents the world today as nothing less than a war in progress, with Mexico an illustrative microcosm of the developing geopolitical scenario: ..(read more)