How climate anxiety permeates our culture
The radical history of space exploration from the Russian Cosmists to Elon Musk
From Dickensian London to today’s megacities—what urban walking tells us about modern life
A radical new history of a dangerous idea
What Has Happened to Fiction in the Age of Platform Capitalism?
Radical universalism vs postcolonial theory
One of our most vital and incisive writers on literature, feminism, and knowing one’s self
Works of Wilde’s annus mirabilis of 1891 in one volume, with an introduction by renowned British playwright
Jameson’s first full-length engagement with Walter Benjamin’s work
A brilliantly original exploration of the interface between feminism, psychoanalysis, semiotics and film theory
The prophetic poetry of slavery and its abolition
Surveying the artistic and cultural scene in the era of Trump
What if there was another Moses, very different from the one we know?
Exploring the enigmas of Beckett’s work
A sweeping new theory of world literature through a study of Palestinian and Israeli fiction from the 1940s to the present
How poetry and revolution meshed in Red China
Germany’s most gifted literary critic on the critical discussion of Nobel Prize laureate Thomas Mann
An award-winning cultural history of how we experience the world through art, film and architecture
A new edition of C.L.R. James’s authorized biography
Who were the Frankfurt School—Benjamin, Adorno, Marcuse, Horkheimer—and why do they matter today?