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    Long Read Review: Deplorable Me: The Alt-Right Comes to Power by J.A. Smith

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J.A Smith reflects on two recent books that help us to take stock of the election of President Donald […]

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    LSE RB Feature Essay: Opening Capitalist Realism by Alfie Bown

LSE RB Feature Essay: Opening Capitalist Realism by Alfie Bown

In Opening Capitalist Realism, Alfie Bown pays tribute to the work of the late writer and philosopher on all […]

Monthly Roundup Special: LSE Lit Fest 2016 In Review

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Missed any of February 2016’s LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival? This year’s event, which ran between Monday 22nd […]

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    LSE Lit Fest 2016 Book Review: Dynamo Island: The Cultural History and Geography of a Utopia by David Scott

LSE Lit Fest 2016 Book Review: Dynamo Island: The Cultural History and Geography of a Utopia by David Scott

In Dynamo Island: The Cultural History and Geography of a Utopia, David Scott offers a detailed vision of a […]

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David Webster‘s book seeks to identify the toxic impact of spiritual discourses on our lives. Spirituality makes us confused, apolitical […]

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Holes in The Whole seeks meaning and reasons for the existence of the city. Krzysztof Nawratek discusses the urgent need to […]

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