5 March, 2014
Category: Politics & Society
3 March, 2014
Michael Easson finds Edmund Burke miscast as a conservative in Jesse Norman's new biography.
Karthick Manoharan on why Slavoj Žižek is the most dangerous philosopher in the West.
17 February, 2014
Helen Small's The Value of the Humanities provides an effective commentary on the debate, but raises deeper questions about the nature of justification.
3 February, 2014
Personal testimonies of the Arab Spring are an antidote to cynicism and resignation in the Western view of the risings, writes Peter Hill.
Charles Kupchan offers an alternative future vision that avoids scaremongering about the Chinese or lamenting the West’s lost greatness.
23 December, 2013
The comic form lends itself to political commentary and resistance, and has been taken up to great effect by protestors in Iran, writes Charlotta Salmi.
Joe Sacco's journalistic project to give a voice to the unheard self-consciously navigates the politics, and problems, of representation.
9 December, 2013
A series of photos telling the story of Oxford's changing urban landscape between two of its towers, Magdalen and Windrush.
28 October, 2013
George Monbiot's call for a "rewilding" of both ecosystems and the people that inhabit them is confused in it's vague definition of that term.