Category: Politics & Society

11 May, 2015

Amy Clarke

On the Campaign Trail

Amy Clarke describes her experience of the election campaign in London


Nathan Pinkoski

Arendt’s Crisis of Modernity

Nathan Pinkoski celebrates Hannah Arendt's inconclusive theories


Jake Richards

Caribbean Conjunctures

Jake Richards weighs up the successes and failures of Carrie Gibson's history of the Caribbean


Rachel Fraser

Consumer vs Citizen

Rachel Fraser interrogates whether or not shame can make us better citizens


27 April, 2015

Nakul Krishna

The Stuff Still Stirs

Nakul Krishna is provoked by Ferdinand Mount's new book


Benedict Morrison

Galvanising the Humanities

Benedict Morrison joins in the celebrations for Laura Mulvey's groundbreaking essay on 'Visual Pleasure'


Thomas Peak

On Günter Grass: the Historian of Our Times

Thomas Peak celebrates the work and life of the great German writer, author of The Tin Drum.


17 March, 2015

Emily Holman

What Conversations Are We Having About The Place Of Religion In Our Lives?



16 March, 2015

Mark Byers

Mauvais Livres

Mark Byers enjoys a colourful study of literary censorship, and asks what it means today


Karthick Manoharan

Embrace the Apocalypse

Karthick Manoharan on why the Left needs Žižek's inconvenient truths