We present our go-to-guide for the hard-to-buy-for theory fan in your life, or over-excited Bernie Sanders supporter, all 50% off until the end of the year!
Below you'll find books for New York enthusiasts, Walter Benjaminites, Rosa Luxemburg obsessives, mindfulness sceptics, art lovers, and lots more!All the books on this list are 50% off until the end of December, with FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE, and bundled ebooks (where available).
So if you're an ebook reader you can always gift the print book and steal the ebook for yourself. Well, it would be a pity not to treat yourself at this time of year :)
FOR THE ART LOVER:
John Berger on Artists
by John Berger, edited by Tom Overton
A major new book from one of the world’s leading writers and art critics.
"Portraits shows the 88-year-old British art critic at his bristling best. Gathering over 60 years of art criticism, the 500-page book covers a vast historical breadth, from the Chauvet Cave paintings from 30,000 B.C. to contemporary Syrian artist Randa Mdah.” — Wall Street Journal
“An intriguing and powerful mind and talent.” — New York Times
As we approach the end of the year we look back on a great year of publishing, from Patrick Cockburn's best-selling The Rise of Islamic State
, to Kate Evans' graphic biography of Rosa Luxemburg
; from Walter Benjamin's Archive
in paperback, to Portraits: John Berger on on Artists
, a beautiful history of art by John Berger, from the Chauvet cave paintings to Cy Twombly, brought together by Tom Overton.
This blog post is split into sections - highlighted in red - such as Current Afffairs, Memoir, History, Theory/Philosophy, to help you find your favourite books!AMERICAN POLITICSOutsider in the White Houseby Bernie Sanders, with Huck Gutman. Afterword by John Nichols
The political autobiography of the insurgent presidential candidate.
“I endorse Brother Bernie Sanders because he is a long-distance runner with integrity in the struggle for justice for over fifty years. Now is the time for his prophetic voice to be heard across our crisisridden country.” – Cornel West, author of Race Matters
The tragic events of Paris and the security backlash in their wake are acute reminders that Europe’s urban spirit has come under attack. To save it, writes Antonis Vradis, we urgently need to defend the closeness and diversity which define everyday urbanity.
Richard Sennett put forward one of the most succinct definitions for those retreating from urban life in his book The Uses of Disorder: “suburbanites”, he argued, "are people who are afraid to live in a world they cannot control." In the wake of the recent Paris attacks, the vast majority of French―and possibly European―urbanites now fit this description.
Arun Kundnani, author of The Muslims Are Coming! and expert on Islamophobia after the war on terror, speaks about responses to the violence in Paris and its political aftermath. We are publishing an extract from the interview, which can be read in full at Open Democracy."ISIS’s recruits are not corrupted by ideology but by the end of ideology. More radicalisation, in the genuine sense of the word, is the solution, not the problem."