Haunting, beautifully written and deeply moving memoir of a young Israeli soldier
Leading thinkers’ critiques of award-winning Postcolonial Theory, as well as the author’s responses and reformulations
Latin America’s experiments in direct democracy
“Essential reading.” – Glenn Greenwald
A highly original account of the evolution of the family unit.
Exploring the sociohistorical roots of gender inequality.
Radical glossary of the vocabulary of policing that redefines the very way we understand law enforcement
Fully updated analysis of the global fight to treat HIV and AIDS.
“Serious-minded and acutely insightful social analysis.”—Bookwatch
A spirited critique of the cultural politics of sightseeing. Or, why we are all tourists who hate tourists
A fiercely elegant and wide-ranging history of L.A.’s Dickensian extremes and Pynchonesque conspiracies
A challenge to expand our thinking about disability and oppression.
A magisterial melding of global ecological and political history, disclosing the nineteenth-century roots of underdevelopment in what became the Third World
“Guy Debord is a time bomb, and a difficult one to defuse.” —Michael Löwy.