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Not quite Spring, but our February books deserve a mention! Includes a damning critique of Henry Kissinger's blood-soaked legacy to a gripping history of early German revolutionary, Thomas Müntzer.
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Do not miss Matthew Beaumont's fascinating analysis of walking—situated within Franz Fanon's work on the politics of the body—and Nick Bano's urgent intervention into the housing and landlord crisis. Plus, a new edition (including new cover!) of Jenny Hval's bestselling novel, Paradise Rot.
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Many will resonate with Hannah Proctor's Burnout—a brilliant analysis of the experience of political defeat. Later in April we publish Tad DeLay's theoretical exploration of climate change denial, plus new editions of Enzo Traverso's Revolution: An Intellectual History, Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish's work, Mural, and In Search of Fatima—Ghada Karmi's intimate memoir of the 1948 Nakba.
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Our May publishing starts with Black Meme —Legacy Russell's incredible history of Black visual culture, from the circulation of Lynching postcards to memes of the internet age. For Theory readers, we have Beverley Best’s The Automatic Fetish: The Law of Value in Marx's Capital and Frederic Jameson's Inventions of a Present: The Novel in its Crisis of Globalization. Finally, a new addition to our Fiction shelves with Joseph Andras' Faraway the Southern Sky.
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