The philosophical roots of rights-based liberal individualism lie in efforts to legitimate imperial expansion.
Sita Balani argues that to understand sexual abuse, we must not only question the moral claims of supposedly virtuous institutions but also situate them in the material context of unequal distribution of resources and power.
Europe's plunder of the Niger Delta dates back to 1444.
William Appleman Williams criticizes common abuses of American history and explains his own method.
A brief excerpt from Étienne Balibar and Immaneul Wallerstein's Race, Nation, Class — part of the Political Theory bookshelf, 50% off until Sunday, March 4 at 11:59pm EST.
The claims now being made on universities and public institutions in France provides an opening onto different kinds of critical solidarity and strategy.
Virou Srilangarajah on the life and work of A. Sivanandan.
Like US violence in Asia, the symbolic infantilization of Asians has a long history.
For the privileged, tear gas is an event; for the colonized, it composes a fundamental aspect of life.
A profile of Marie-Jeanne Manuellan, assistant to Frantz Fanon from 1958 to 1961.