A provocative investigation of how law shapes everyday life
Analysis, photography and fiction combine in a bracing portrait of LA.
A first-hand account of a Greek refugee camp—and the stories of the refugees staying there
“Essential reading.” – Glenn Greenwald
Trenchant exposé of the myths of “green capitalism”.
In this new presentation of the Gospels, renowned thinker Terry Eagleton asks: was Jesus a revolutionary?
What we talk about when we talk about gentrification
Haunting, beautifully written and deeply moving memoir of a young Israeli soldier
Acclaimed author presents a decade's research toward creating an anthropology of the future.
Where pregnancy is concerned, let every pregnancy be for everyone. Let us overthrow, in short, the “family”
In 1958, the US director John Huston asked Jean-Paul Sartre to write a scenario for a film about Sigmund Freud. Huston wanted Sartre to concentrate...
A radical examination of feminism’s place in our cultural memory