Crooked Plow Shortlisted for the International Booker Prize

Crooked Plow Shortlisted for the International Booker Prize

"An evocative journey into the heart of rural Brazil, which speaks to the importance of remembering our histories and protecting the land that sustains us." — International Booker Prize 2024

With or Without Hope: Hannah Proctor & Ajay Singh Chaudhary

With or Without Hope: Hannah Proctor & Ajay Singh Chaudhary

Hannah Proctor & Ajay Singh Chaudhary discuss hope, exhaustion, and the emotional dimensions of radical politics.
Unintimidated Languages: Jameson at 90

Unintimidated Languages: Jameson at 90

In honor of Fredric Jameson's 90th birthday this month, we're publishing a series of short essays focused on the major books in Jameson's oeuvre. Here, Daniel Hartley revisits Jameson's first book, Sartre: The Origins of a Style (1961).
Palestine speaks for everyone

Palestine speaks for everyone

Against those who would separate good and bad Palestinians resisting occupation and onslaught, Jodi Dean writes in defence of the radical universal emancipation embodied in the Palestinian cause.

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