Culture and Media | 27.09.16And what does debt teach? In this extract from Crises of Imagination, Crises of Power Max Haiven shatters the notion of the university as meritocracy.
Anthropology | 09.08.16
In this extract from Decolonizing Methodologies, Linda Tuhiwai Smith talks racism and the colonisation of the disciplines, highlighting the vital importance of academic freedom
Sociology | 09.08.16
In this chapter from Revolution, Rebellion and Resistance the author Eric Selbin looks at narrative, storytelling and history, and how they help resistance movements across the world create meaning for struggle
Africa | 26.07.16
In this extract from Thank You Madagascar: The Conservation Diaries of Alison Jolly, Jolly recounts David Attenborough visiting Madagascar, and her time in the ‘school among the baobabs’
Economics | 25.09.15
As part of our ‘Back To Uni half-price sale’ this week, we’ve put together a few reading lists of our highlights over the last year if you just can’t pick (we know, you want them all).
Politics and International Relations | 25.09.15
It’s time to radicalise your bookshelf with our recent titles in Politics.
Education | 14.04.15
As Britain enters election fever ahead of going to the polls on May 7th, students in London have been laying out their own visions for the future, occupying campuses across the city with a range of demands for a more equitable education system. Following on from the huge student protests of late 2010, this recent wave of occupations focuses not just on the hike in tuition fees but also on wider calls for free education, better working conditions for university staff and more democracy in setting the curriculum
Environment | 07.10.14
“The world has changed, the syllabus hasn’t – is it time to do something about it?” Following the example of the Post-Crash Economics Society in Manchester, we presenta reading list for a new economic reality