Sociology | 09.08.16Imogen Tyler outlines the horrifying nature of the racist British border regime, and the politics of abjection that allows this state of affairs to continue
Culture and Media | 30.09.16
The alt. Media reading list takes a global point of view and features books that question the very fundamentals of our understanding of the media, news and intellectual property.
Zed | 21.09.16
Take a look at our new titles catalogue and feed your mind for Spring/Summer 2017 with books from the world’s most important alternative voices.
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
Sociology | 26.07.16
Why work? It’s a question we all ask ourselves. In this extract from The Refusal of Work David Frayne meets those who have made a decision to break free of work, and those who struggle to do so
Africa | 20.12.13
In the run up to the festive period, are you looking for a present for that radical in your life? Then check out our selection of great political reads – perfect for Christmas gifts!
Gender, Sexualities and Queer Identities | 08.11.13
Interviewed by The China Story by Jeremy Goldkorn, Leta Hong Fincher talks about the phenomenon of ‘leftover’ women in China, and the challenges faced by women in the rapidly urbanising nation