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Yvonne Kapp’s monumental biography of the daughter of Karl Marx who became a radical activist.
Epic new biography of Karl Marx for the 200th anniversary of his birth. Compulsively readable and meticulously researched, A World to Win demonstrates that, two centuries after Marx’s birth, his work remains the bedrock for any true understanding of our political and economic condition.
Atlas of Emotion is a highly original endeavour to map a cultural history of spatio-visual arts. In an evocative montage of words and pictures, emphasises that “sight” and “site” but also “motion” and “emotion” are irrevocably connected. In so doing, Giulana Bruno touches on the art of Gerhard Richter and Annette Message, the film making of Peter Greenaway and Michelangelo Antonioni, the origins of the movie palace and its precursors, and her own journeys to her native Naples. Visually luscious and daring in conception, Bruno opens new vistas and understandings at every turn.
John Berger, one of the world’s most celebrated art writers, takes us through centuries of drawing and painting, revealing his lifelong fascination with a diverse cast of artists. In penetrating and singular prose, Berger presents entirely new ways of thinking about artists both canonized and obscure, from Rembrandt to Henry Moore, Jackson Pollock to Picasso. Throughout, Berger maintains the essential connection between politics, art and the wider study of culture. The result is an illuminating walk through many centuries of visual culture, from one of the contemporary world’s most incisive critical voices.
Leading artists, theorists, and writers exhume the dystopian and utopian futures contained within the present.
The major French economist offers a new theory of money.
Acclaimed artist Kenneth Goldsmith’s thousand-page beautiful homage to New York City.
Lefebvre's classic analysis of daily life under capitalism in one beautifully-designed complete volume.
A classic work of Marxist analysis, available unabridged for the first time.
In Metaphilosophy, Henri Lefebvre works through the implications of Marx’s revolutionary thought to consider philosophy’s engagement with the world.
Absolute Recoil is a startling reformulation of the basis and possibilities of contemporary philosophy. While focusing on how to overcome the transcendental approach without regressing to naïve, pre-Kantian realism, Žižek offers a series of excursions into today’s political, artistic, and ideological landscape, from Arnold Schoenberg’s music to the films of Ernst Lubitsch.
First volume of a major project to publish the complete works of a remarkable social theorist.
The second volume in Rosa Luxemburg’s Complete Works, entitled Economic Writings 2, contains a new English translation of Luxemburg’s The Accumulation of Capital: A Contribution to the Economic Theory of Imperialism, one of the most important works ever composed on capitalism’s incessant drive for self-expansion and the integral connection between capitalism and imperialism.
New edition of this major work examining the development of neoliberalism.
How capitalism first promoted fossil fuels with the rise of steam power.
The story of the remarkable resurgence of right-wing extremists in the United States.
A classic history of the role of Black working-class struggles throughout the twentieth century.
Classic biography of Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky, now collected in a single volume.
A groundbreaking debunking of moderate attempts to resolve financial crises.
A cutting exploration of how cities drive climate change while being on the frontlines of the coming climate crisis.
The transatlantic story of six radical pioneers at the turn of the twentieth century.
Hugo Chávez, military officer turned left-wing revolutionary, was one of the most important Latin American leaders of the twenty-first century. This book tells the story of his life up to his election as president in 1998.