This series uncovers the radical militancy which characterises international workers struggles, looking at diverse topics including proletarianisation, mass production, gender, affective and reproductive labour, syndicalism and independent unions.
Digital cultures connect people and open up possibilities for social and political transformation. This series shows the digital world as a space of political division, where barricades are drawn up to enclose our creativity and free labour.
This series revives the ethos of the original Left Book Club active in the UK during the 30s and 40s. Each book is chosen to uncover and explore the myriad issues we face today, and to bring us together through reading and debate.
A collection of works by one of the world’s foremost social critics and political activists, Noam Chomsky. Including books that span his career, from his anti-Vietnam war writings of the 1970s, to his sharp criticism of the media.
This series includes short, sharp biographies of radical political figures. They open up the lives of the women and men who lived through extraordinary times, who struggled through revolution, reaction, violence, nationalism and colonialism.
This series uses geographical perspectives to understand contemporary society, politics and the environment.
This series explores what anthropology can contribute to the challenges of the 21st century. The books are inspired by traditions of ethnography and anthropological analysis to address power and social change.
Black radicalism is one of the most under-explored traditions that can drive emancipatory change today. This series highlights these critical ideas from anywhere in the black world, creating a new history of radical thought for our times.