For too long the field of criminology in general, and police studies in particular, has cut itself off from larger questions of justice.
Judith Butler addresses the charges of antisemitism leveled at supporters of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, and the related anti-boycott acts currently before both the US House and Senate.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Che Guevara's death.
Jason Moore on the origins of the twenty-first century's "distinct, but mutually formative" crises of capitalism and ecology.
An excerpt from Marianne Fritz's The Weight of Things with an introduction from translator Adrian Nathan West.
Ronald Grigor Suny discusses the Russian Revolution and its historiography.
Should we debate whether another writer deserved the “honour” of the Nobel Prize in Literature more than Kazuo Ishiguro? Consider the nature of this particular distinction.
An exploration of Bernal's contribution to the politicization of science and scientists, above all the development of the Social Relations of Science movement.
"The thinness we strive for becomes spiritual" — Mark Greif's iconic essay on exercise, taken from Against Everything: On Dishonest Times.
Mark Greif picks his favourite essay collections, from Virginia Woolf to Susan Sontag, for the latest Five Book Plan.