Priyamvada Gopal responds to the racist attacks on her work in the British tabloids.
Chantal Mouffe argues that Jeremy Corbyn represents the success of left populism.
Students in France are determined to fight against the Macron government and its anti-social reforms.
Anti-corruption discourse in Latin America has acted to protect the system, as a substitute for class struggle.
In this 1993 interview with Sheila Rowbotham, Dorothy Thompson reflects on her life as a historian and as a socialist.
Matthew Beaumont, author of Nightwalking: A Nocturnal History of London, walks Paris at night.
Highlights and preview extracts from our Autumn 2018 catalogue, available to view online or download.
A free Verso ebook collection: featuring Tithi Bhattacharya, Melissa Gira Grant, Larissa Pham, Terrion L. Williamson, and more.
"Hval’s words shock precisely because they’re not referring to sex or desire but instead address vulnerability and nurturing." — Guardian
"Truly a force to be reckoned with." – The Debrief
“We need more political cartoonists like Kate Evans. She is an artist who lives her art and a radical who lives her politics.” – Seth Tobocman
Highlights and preview extracts from our Autumn 2018 catalogue! Featuring new books from Mike Davis, Jenny Hval, Laboria Cuboniks, John McDonnell and much more.
An open letter in support of the current student revolt, the railworkers’ strike, and the struggles in defence of public services in France.
The philosophical roots of rights-based liberal individualism lie in efforts to legitimate imperial expansion.