Paul Gilbert recently completed a PhD in Social Anthropology at the University of Sussex. He is a Lecturer at the University of Brighton where he works in the School of Environment & Technology and the Centre for Research in Spatial, Environmental & Cultural Politics.

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    Book Review: The Colonel Who Would Not Repent: The Bangladesh War and its Unquiet Legacy by Salil Tripathi

Book Review: The Colonel Who Would Not Repent: The Bangladesh War and its Unquiet Legacy by Salil Tripathi

In The Colonel Who Would Not Repent: The Bangladesh War and its Unquiet Legacy, journalist Salil Tripathi revisits Bangladesh’s […]

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    LSE Lit Fest 2016 Reading List: Eight Must-Read Books On and Around the Theme of ‘Utopia’

LSE Lit Fest 2016 Reading List: Eight Must-Read Books On and Around the Theme of ‘Utopia’

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Today, Monday 22nd February 2016, marks […]

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    The Monthly Roundup: What Have You Been Reading in November 2015?

The Monthly Roundup: What Have You Been Reading in November 2015?

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Most Read Book Reviews of November 2015

The ‘Postmodern Turn’ in the Social Sciences. Simon Susen. Palgrave Macmillan. […]

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    Book Review: Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies edited by Gerda Roelvink, Kevin St. Martin and J. K. Gibson-Graham

Book Review: Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies edited by Gerda Roelvink, Kevin St. Martin and J. K. Gibson-Graham

In Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies, members of the Communities Economy Collective engage with the research programme […]

Editor’s Picks: ten favourite book reviews from 2014

Through 2014 LSE Review of Books has published hundreds of reviews, covering new social science titles from across the disciplines. In […]

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    Book Review: The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity by Max Haiven and Alex Khasnabish

Book Review: The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity by Max Haiven and Alex Khasnabish

What is to be done in the face of crisis, when the very trope of crisis curtails our ability […]

Book Review: Offshoring by John Urry

Offshoring introduces John Urry’s panoptic vision of a world in which democracy is all at sea. While the super-rich […]

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