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Shut Down the Business School

What's Wrong with Management Education

Martin Parker

A clarion call to shut down the business school!

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Overheating

An Anthropology of Accelerated Change

Thomas Hylland Eriksen

A major new intervention on the overarching challenges of modernity from one of the world’s leading anthropologists

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Left Book Club

A Party With Socialists In It

A History of the Labour Left

Simon Hannah

A history of the British Labour Party, uncovering its deep internal divisions and shifting positions in politics.

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Anthropology, Culture and Society

Community, Cosmopolitanism and the Problem of Human Commonality

Vered Amit and Nigel Rapport

Examination of the changing nature of community, looking at mobile subjects such as migrants and business travellers.

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Wildcat

Choke Points

Logistics Workers Disrupting the Global Supply Chain

Jake Alimahomed-Wilson and Immanuel Ness (eds.)

These are the stories of the workers who undermine capitalism at its weakest point.

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Media Amnesia

Rewriting the Economic Crisis

Laura Basu

How the media has been complicit in sustaining free market capitalism.

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Postcolonial France

Race, Islam, and the Future of the Republic

Paul A. Silverstein

Urban marginalisation, police violence and institutional discrimination in modern France

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Life of a Legend

Fiaz Rafiq

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On the Game

Women and Sex Work

Sophie Day

Day explores how individual sex workers live, in public and in private.

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Cracks in the Wall

Beyond Apartheid in Palestine/Israel

Ben White

A sharp analysis of the widening cracks in Israel’s traditional pillars of support.

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Black Critique

A Certain Amount of Madness

The Life, Politics and Legacies of Thomas Sankara

Edited by Amber Murrey. Preface by Horace G. Campbell. Afterword by Aziz Fall

Celebrating and critiquing the life of one of Africa’s most important anti-imperialist leaders

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NGOs and Transnational Networks

Wild Cards in World Politics

William E. DeMars

DeMars argues that NGOs are best conceptualized not in terms of either principles or power, but through the partners they make in transnational society and politics.

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