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Beatriz García, Nuria Alabao, Marisa Pérez: Spain’s Feminist Strike

What led millions to participate in Spain’s nationwide women’s strike—a stoppage of care work as well as wage labour? Assessment of the forces...   [ continue reading...]

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Stathis Kouvelakis: Borderland

Against panegyrics to a frictionless, post-national eu polity, evidence from Europe’s multiple borders. Greece as gauge of an emerging order, in which int...   [ continue reading...]

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Juliana Neuenschwander, Marcus Giraldes: Marielle Franco: 1979–2018

Life and death of the Rio de Janeiro city councillor who battled the military lockdown of the favelas, in the context of the restoration to office of Brazil&rsq...   [ continue reading...]

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Marielle Franco: After the Take-Over

In the wake of Temer’s take-over, Brazil’s crisis viewed from the perspective of the favelas. Analysis of the gendered conditions in the peripheries...   [ continue reading...]

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Wolfgang Streeck: The Fourth Power

Wolfgang Streeck on Joseph Vogl, The Ascendancy of Finance. The historic interpenetration of government and haute finance, epitomized in the secrecy of the Fede...   [ continue reading...]

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Mike Davis: Taking the Temperature of History

From Vichy-era rural conservatism, via communism and Furet, to a grand synthesis in ecological history, culminating decades of empirical research. Portrait of E...   [ continue reading...]

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Fernando Martínez Heredia: Thinking for Ourselves

Leading Cuban intellectual and militant of the revolutionary generation discusses his path through the 26 July Movement to Batista’s overthrow and foundin...   [ continue reading...]

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Francis Mulhern: Critical Revolutions

In response to a bold reconstruction of Anglophone literary studies challenging the political self-understanding of the reigning historicism and looking to a ne...   [ continue reading...]

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Philip Derbyshire: Vicissitudes of Psychoanalysis

Philip Derbyshire on Dagmar Herzog, Cold War Freud. Episodes from the psychoanalytical movement’s turbulent post-war career, as seen by a historian of sex...   [ continue reading...]

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Emilie Bickerton: A New Proletkino?

Is it possible to detect the contours of a new genre of proletarian cinema operating across the widely contrasted films of Ken Loach, the Dardenne brothers, Rob...   [ continue reading...]

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Alice Bamford: Intaglio as Philosophy

Alice Bamford on Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, Le graveur et le philosophe: Albert Flocon rencontre Gaston Bachelard. Meditations on art and philosophy, science a...   [ continue reading...]

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Susan Watkins: Which Feminisms?

The American anti-discrimination paradigm, generated in the 1960s to neutralize the threat of radical black protests, has provided the palimpsest for global fem...   [ continue reading...]

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Herman Daly, Benjamin Kunkel: Ecologies of Scale

Eco-economist Herman Daly presents a practical programme for an egalitarian, steady-state economy. From Smith and Mill to Georgescu and Schumacher, Daly and Ben...   [ continue reading...]

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Geoffrey Ingham: Finance and Power

Geoffrey Ingham on Tony Norfield, The City: London and the Global Power of Finance. A former banker’s Marxist account of the imperialist dynamics of inter...   [ continue reading...]

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Peter Morgan: Worlds and Letters

Peter Morgan on Alexander Beecroft, An Ecology of World Literature. Local literatures and their bonding into greater unities; the cosmopolitan residues of great...   [ continue reading...]

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Alexander Clapp: Romania Redivivus

After 2017’s mass anti-corruption protests, Alexander Clapp sets Romania’s sui generis political system in the context of its longue durée. P...   [ continue reading...]

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Melissa Myambo: Africa's Global City?

Global-city status is the new grail of competitive modernity. Can the hipsterfication model spearheaded in Brooklyn’s dumbo district be replicated in the...   [ continue reading...]

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Chin-tao Wu: Fashion Seduces Art

After the debate on value-setting between Luc Boltanski, Arnaud Esquerre and Nancy Fraser in NLR 106, Chin-tao Wu examines relations between the luxury industry...   [ continue reading...]

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Marco D'Eramo: Geographies of Ignorance

De-exoticization of the faraway in the age of inter-continental travel, matched by growing blanks in the map of national space. Marco D’Eramo on the selec...   [ continue reading...]

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John Newsinger: Much to be Modest About

John Newsinger on John Bew, Citizen Clem. Hawkish celebration of Labourism’s post-war hero.   [ continue reading...]

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