David Edwards and David Cromwell
'The most important book about journalism I can remember.' John Pilger
A global anthropology of technology and politics, from WikiLeaks to Podemos.
Do you have to throw away that single carrot? How can you make that cold chicken tasty? Can you use that yoghurt at the back of the fridge?
Thomas Hylland Eriksen
An anthropological study of a community 'marinated' in fossil fuels, fraught by ambivalence and conflict.
David Edwards and David Cromwell. Foreword by John Pilger
A powerful, forensic critique of the mainstream media in the era of 'Fake News'
Jeremy F. Lane
A new major critical introduction to Bourdieu, looking at the full range of his work in its historical and intellectual context
This book is a history of the future. It shows how our contemporary understanding of the Net is shaped by visions of the future that were put together in the 1950s and 1960s.
An exciting and invigorating journey through the modern politics of dissent
Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou
A bold new theory of ISIS, revealing its profound impact on the very nature of contemporary political violence
Forcibly demonstrates how social capital has expanded across the social sciences only by degrading the different disciplines it touches.
Examines the transformation of politics through digital media, including digital television, online social networking and mobile computing.
A literary biography of one of the early heroes of radical Scottish Independence.
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