The authoritarian face of neoliberalism
Democracy means rule by the people, but in practice even the most robust democracies delegate most rule making to a political class
How the development of twentieth-century fascism depended on strong civil societies
A compelling analysis of fascism, replete with insights into the authoritarian movements and states of our time
A remarkable history of the formation of Marxist thought
One hundred years after the Russian Revolution, Žižek shows why Lenin’s thought is still important today
How neoliberalism is causing a social crisis in Germany
A major rereading of Marx’s critique of political economy
A philosophical and political exploration of the construction of popular identities
How do mass protests become an organized activist collective?
A groundbreaking attempt to theorise the feminist subject
One of the world’s leading anthropologists assesses the work of the founder of structural anthropology
The master of literary reportage reflects on the West’s encounters with the non-European
A fiercely elegant and wide-ranging history of L.A.’s Dickensian extremes and Pynchonesque conspiracies
“New Dark Age is among the most unsettling and illuminating books I’ve read about the Internet, which is to say that it is among the most unsettling and illuminating books I’ve read about contemporary life.” – Mark O'Connell, The New Yorker
From the tragedy of 9/11 to the farce of the financial meltdown.
What is the “populist moment” and what does it mean for the left?