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'The Reemergence of Liberation Theologies' by Thia Cooper (ed)

NEW Thia Cooper (ed)
The Reemergence of Liberation Theologies: Models for the Twenty-First Century

Reviewed by Peter Admirand
19 November 2014

0 comments

'Unspeakable Things' by Laurie Penny

NEW Laurie Penny
Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies and Revolution

Reviewed by Tony Mckenna
15 November 2014

0 comments

'In Defence of the Terror' by Sophie Wahnich

NEW Sophie Wahnich
In Defence of the Terror: Liberty or Death in the French Revolution

Reviewed by Patrick King
4 November 2014

0 comments

'Race and Racisms' by Tanya Maria Golash-Boza

NEW Tanya Maria Golash-Boza
Race and Racisms: A Critical Approach

Reviewed by Guy Lancaster
2 November 2014

6 comments

'Marx’s Theory of Price and Its Modern Rivals' by Howard Nicholas

NEW Howard Nicholas
Marx’s Theory of Price and Its Modern Rivals

Reviewed by Bill Jefferies
31 October 2014

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'Alienation' by Rahel Jaeggi

NEW Rahel Jaeggi
Alienation

Reviewed by Thomas Klikauer
28 October 2014

4 comments

'Animal Rights without Liberation' by Alasdair Cochrane

NEW Alasdair Cochrane
Animal Rights without Liberation: Applied Ethics and Human Obligations

Reviewed by Luís Cordeiro Rodrigues
27 October 2014

0 comments

'Sport in Capitalist Society' by Tony Collins

NEW Tony Collins
Sport in Capitalist Society: A short history

Reviewed by Adrian Budd
25 October 2014

0 comments

'Resilient Life' by Brad Evans and Julian Reid

Brad Evans and Julian Reid
Resilient Life: The Art of Living Dangerously

Reviewed by Vincent Beaver
19 October 2014

0 comments

'Signs and Machines' by Maurizio Lazzarato

Maurizio Lazzarato
Signs and Machines: Capitalism and the Production of Subjectivity

Reviewed by Michael Maidan
17 October 2014

0 comments

'Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital' by Vivek Chibber

Vivek Chibber
Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital

Reviewed by Alex Sager
14 October 2014

5 comments

'Žižek and Communist Strategy' by Chris McMillan (ed)

Chris McMillan (ed)
Žižek and Communist Strategy: On the Disavowed Foundations of Global Capitalism

Reviewed by Tim Walters
7 October 2014

5 comments

'Foucault Now' by James D Faubion (ed)

James D Faubion (ed)
Foucault Now: Current Perspectives in Foucault Studies

Reviewed by Jamie Melrose
6 October 2014

0 comments

'The Establishment' by Owen Jones

Owen Jones
The Establishment: And How They Get Away with It

Reviewed by Paul Blackledge
4 October 2014

0 comments

'Eleanor Marx' by Rachel Holmes

Rachel Holmes
Eleanor Marx: A Life

Reviewed by Kate Soper
2 October 2014

3 comments

'Marx on Gender and the Family' by Heather Brown

Heather Brown
Marx on Gender and the Family: a Critical Study

Reviewed by Malise Rosbech
24 September 2014

4 comments

'The History of Democracy' by Brian S Roper

Brian S Roper
The History of Democracy: A Marxist Interpretation

Reviewed by Tony Mckenna
22 September 2014

0 comments

'Radical and Marxist Theories of Crime' by Michael J Lynch and Paul B Stretesky (eds)

Michael J Lynch and Paul B Stretesky (eds)
Radical and Marxist Theories of Crime

Reviewed by Miroslav Imbrisevic
20 September 2014

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'Criticism of Earth' by Roland Boer

Roland Boer
Criticism of Earth: On Marx, Engels and Theology

Reviewed by Daniel Fraser
18 September 2014

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'Can Education Change Society?' by Michael W Apple'Knowledge, Power, and Education' by Michael W Apple

Michael W Apple
Can Education Change Society?
Michael W Apple
Knowledge, Power, and Education: The Selected Works of Michael W. Apple

Reviewed by Hans G Despain
15 September 2014

0 comments

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