Cultivating Development

An Ethnography of Aid Policy and Practice

David Mosse

Critiques the very essence of development policy, especially the complex relationship between policy and practice and role of participation.

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Escape Routes

Control and Subversion in the Twenty-First Century

Dimitris Papadopoulos, Niamh Stephenson, Vassilis Tsianos

Shows how we can resist increasingly advanced methods of state control by refusing to conform to accepted behavioural norms.

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Mining Encounters

Extractive Industries in an Overheated World

Edited by Robert Jan Pijpers, Thomas Hylland Eriksen

How different mining industries across the world affect landscapes, people and politics.

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Digital Barricades

Information Politics

Liberation and Exploitation in the Digital Society

Tim Jordan

A critical look into how far our lives are controlled by modern digital systems, and how digital information is used by the powerful.

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Sound System

The Political Power of Music

The story of one musician's journey to discover how music can be used as a political tool.

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Looking to London

Stories of War, Escape and Asylum

Cynthia Cockburn

A journey through five London boroughs, revealing the lives of asylum seekers today

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A People's History of Modern Europe

William A. Pelz

A history of Europe told from the perspective of its people, not its rulers.

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Business and Surveillance in a Time of Big Data

Peter Bloom

The corporate world is watching us, but why does no one watch them?

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Inventing Africa

History, Archaeology and Ideas

Robin Derricourt

A critical account of how the history of Africa has been understood, interpreted and misinterpreted

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Crisis and Control

The Militarization of Protest Policing

An activist's guide to understanding the militarisation of the policing of protest.

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My Whole Life Was a Struggle

Sakine Cansiz

An iconic memoir by one of the first female fighters of the PKK

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Keenie Meenie

The British Mercenaries Who Got Away with War Crimes

Phil Miller

An explosive account of a secret group of mercenaries based on newly declassified documents

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