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    Book Review: Slow Looking: The Art and Practice of Learning Through Observation by Shari Tishman

Book Review: Slow Looking: The Art and Practice of Learning Through Observation by Shari Tishman

In Slow Looking: The Art and Practice of Learning Through Observation, Shari Tishman underscores the importance of slow looking. […]

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    Book Review: Archaeologists in Print: Publishing for the People by Amara Thornton

Book Review: Archaeologists in Print: Publishing for the People by Amara Thornton

In Archaeologists in Print: Publishing for the People, Amara Thornton explores the relationship between archaeologists, publishing houses and the British public’s […]

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    Book Review: Screening Stephen King: Adaptation and the Horror Genre in Film and Television by Simon Brown

Book Review: Screening Stephen King: Adaptation and the Horror Genre in Film and Television by Simon Brown

In Screening Stephen King: Adaptation and the Horror Genre in Film and Television, author Simon Brown examines the significance […]

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    Long Read Review: ‘Repurpose your Desire: Xenofeminism and Millennial Politics’ by Mareile Pfannebecker

Long Read Review: ‘Repurpose your Desire: Xenofeminism and Millennial Politics’ by Mareile Pfannebecker

How do we conceive of a gender politics and feminism responsive to the technoscientic infrastructures that shape everyday life? In […]

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    Book Review: TransCanadian Feminist Fictions: New Cross-Border Ethics by Libe García Zarranz

Book Review: TransCanadian Feminist Fictions: New Cross-Border Ethics by Libe García Zarranz

In TransCanadian Feminist Fictions: New Cross-Border Ethics, Libe García Zarranz analyses the literary productions of writers Dionne Brand, Emma Donoghue, Hiromi Goto and […]

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    Long Read Review: ‘From the Anthropocene to the Anthropo-scene’ by Leslie Sklair

Long Read Review: ‘From the Anthropocene to the Anthropo-scene’ by Leslie Sklair

In recent years, the term ‘Anthropocene’ has travelled from its birthplace in the Earth sciences into the social sciences, […]

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    Book Review: Economic Science Fictions edited by William Davies

Book Review: Economic Science Fictions edited by William Davies

In Economic Science Fictions, editor William Davies brings together contributors to explore the relationship between science fiction and economics, driven by […]

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    Book Review: Forging the Ideal Educated Girl: The Production of Desirable Subjects in Muslim South Asia by Shenila Khoja-Moolji

Book Review: Forging the Ideal Educated Girl: The Production of Desirable Subjects in Muslim South Asia by Shenila Khoja-Moolji

In Forging the Ideal Educated Girl: The Production of Desirable Subjects in Muslim South Asia, Shenila Khoja-Moolji offers a detailed historical […]

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    Book Review: Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia edited by Anita Heiss

Book Review: Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia edited by Anita Heiss

With the edited collection Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia, Anita Heiss brings together a range of multivocal, heterogeneous and […]

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    Book Review: Unexceptional Politics: On Obstruction, Impasse, and the Impolitic by Emily Apter

Book Review: Unexceptional Politics: On Obstruction, Impasse, and the Impolitic by Emily Apter

In Unexceptional Politics: On Obstruction, Impasse, and the Impolitic, Emily Apter investigates and offers a vocabulary for ‘the microphenomenology of political […]

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    Author Interview: Q&A with Stephen Glynn on new book, The British Football Film

Author Interview: Q&A with Stephen Glynn on new book, The British Football Film

Experiencing World Cup fever? We speak to Stephen Glynn about his new book, The British Football Film, ‘a genre […]

Book Review: Enduring Time by Lisa Baraitser

In Enduring Time, Lisa Baraitser offers a generous and expansive rumination on experiences of time’s suspension – delaying, waiting, […]

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    Reading List: 6 Recommended LGBT+ Reads from LSE Spectrum for #IDAHOBIT2018

Reading List: 6 Recommended LGBT+ Reads from LSE Spectrum for #IDAHOBIT2018

17 May is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (#IDAHOBIT2018). Beginning in 2004, 17 May is now celebrated in […]

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    Book Review: Posthuman Urbanism: Mapping Bodies in Contemporary Space by Debra Benita Shaw

Book Review: Posthuman Urbanism: Mapping Bodies in Contemporary Space by Debra Benita Shaw

In Posthuman Urbanism: Mapping Bodies in Contemporary Space, Debra Benita Shaw examines the disciplinary control and classification built into the […]

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    Book Review: The Contemporary Femme Fatale: Gender, Genre and American Cinema by Katherine Farrimond

Book Review: The Contemporary Femme Fatale: Gender, Genre and American Cinema by Katherine Farrimond

In The Contemporary Femme Fatale: Gender, Genre and American Cinema, Katherine Farrimond shows how the femme fatale – primarily associated with […]

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