The celebrated feminist writer Vivian Gornick discusses her new work with her Verso editor, Jessie Kindig.
Are we making women's interest in sex less, well, sexual?
We may not know exactly what a safe city looks like, but we know that it won’t rely on the police.
Connections between patriarchy, policing, and the failures of representational politics were brought into sharp focus last weekend by police violence at the vigil for Sarah Everard.
In this episode of the Verso podcast, Emma Dowling discusses her new book with Rachel Holmes.
A forgotten radical, and founder of the Notting Hill Carnival.
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Endless commodification, where problems and their solutions pop up on an ever-accelerating conveyor belt of lotions and potions, does little to tackle the underlying problems.
In an excerpt from her new book, Nancy Folbre explains how patriarchy manifests in our political institutions, rights, and laws.
Published to mark the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune, Owen Holland discusses socialist poetics in the time of the Commune.
Lizzie O'Shea reflects on the revolutionary vision of the Communards, 150 years after the establishment of the Paris Commune.
“As a strategy of resistance and protest, nonviolence is often seen as passive and resolutely individual. Butler’s philosophical inquiry argues that it is in fact a shrewd and even aggressive collective political tactic.” – The New York Times
“Full Surrogacy Now is the seriously radical cry for full gestational justice that I long for.” – Donna Haraway
The philosopher Étienne Balibar reflects on humanity's uniqueness as a species, and the pandemic's reminder of our existence at the crossroads of biology, medicine and anthropology.
Malm and the Zetkin Collective's latest contribution reveals the racist roots of ecofascism.