From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Baghdad
A compelling examination of the future of Chinese modernity by the leading member of China’s “New Left.”
The essential account of the South Korean 1980 pro-democracy rebellion
A sweeping account of imprisonment—in time, in language, and in a divided country—from Korea’s most acclaimed novelist
A narrative history of the movement that turned “Orientals” into Asian Americans
Bombing its way into the headlines of the early 1970s, the Weather Underground was one of the most dramatic symbols of the anger felt by young...
The explosive manifesto for the American Revolution, introduced by the co-author of Empire
A radical new history of a dangerous idea
Who were the Frankfurt School—Benjamin, Adorno, Marcuse, Horkheimer—and why do they matter today?
Engaging with theorists such as Foucault, Lyotard and Agamben, this book is a clarion call to join the resistance against the return of empire and a stirring manifesto for the emerging global peace movement.
With racial justice struggles on the rise, a probing collection considers the past and future of Black radicalism
At the time the largest city in the world, Victorian London intrigued and appalled politicians, clergymen, novelists and social investigators....
A historian’s personal journey through complex questions of immigration, home and nation
How cities and citizens were made governable, all in the name of freedom.
A major new reading of the 1973 war in the Middle East