Jodie Matthews is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Huddersfield. Her work explores the place of waterways in British culture, and the historical representation of British Romanies and Travellers.

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    Book Review: 99 Theses on the Revaluation of Value: A Postcapitalist Manifesto by Brian Massumi

Book Review: 99 Theses on the Revaluation of Value: A Postcapitalist Manifesto by Brian Massumi

In 99 Theses on the Revaluation of Value: A Postcapitalist Manifesto, Brian Massumi offers a short yet intricate economic, cultural and […]

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    Book Review: Posthuman Glossary edited by Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova

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With Posthuman Glossary, editors Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova bring together a comprehensive and diverse range of entries that make an […]

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    Book Review: Humankind: Solidarity with Nonhuman People by Timothy Morton

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In Humankind: Solidarity with Nonhuman People, Timothy Morton offers further challenge to models of human exceptionalism by calling for […]

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    The Materiality of Research: Flows of Thought: On Canals, Materiality and Humanities Research by Jodie Matthews

The Materiality of Research: Flows of Thought: On Canals, Materiality and Humanities Research by Jodie Matthews

In this feature essay, Jodie Matthews examines how waterways have not just been the topic of her work, but […]

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    Book Review: Lines of Flight: For Another World of Possibilities by Félix Guattari

Book Review: Lines of Flight: For Another World of Possibilities by Félix Guattari

Lines of Flight: For Another World of Possibilities offers an early but newly-translated text by Félix Guattari that contributes to […]

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    Monthly Roundup: What Have You Been Reading in January 2016 on LSE Review of Books?

Monthly Roundup: What Have You Been Reading in January 2016 on LSE Review of Books?

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    Author Response: Critical Condition: Replacing Critical Thinking with Creativity by Patrick Finn

Author Response: Critical Condition: Replacing Critical Thinking with Creativity by Patrick Finn

Following Jodie Matthews’s review of his new book Critical Condition: Replacing Critical Thinking with Creativity, author Patrick Finn offers a […]

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    Book Review: Critical Condition: Replacing Critical Thinking with Creativity by Patrick Finn

Book Review: Critical Condition: Replacing Critical Thinking with Creativity by Patrick Finn

In Critical Condition: Replacing Critical Thinking with Creativity, Patrick Finn expands upon his 2011 TEDx Talk, ‘Loving Communication’, to […]

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Book Review: The Most Sublime Hysteric: Hegel with Lacan by Slavoj Žižek

Available in English for the first time, this publication from Slavoj Žižek represents a re-worked version of one of his earliest […]

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