Visionary philosopher and literary critic Mikhail Bakhtin (1895-1975) was largely ignored during his lifetime, yet his work has significantly impacted […]
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Interview: 5 minutes with Thomas Abbs from I.B. Tauris: “Most people now read blogs… that’s why we launched our own offering our authors a platform to share their research”
To mark our first birthday, the LSE Review of Books is holding an awards ceremony on 16 May 2013 to recognise the […]
Dismissed as a miserable elitist who condemned popular culture in the name of high art, Theodor W. Adorno is one […]
Aimed at students and researchers in the fields of Cultural Studies and Visual Arts, Deleuze Reframed considers the influential work […]
This introduction from K. Malcolm Richards provides a sound case for why students of the arts ought to give extra thought […]
It is frequently commented that Heidegger writes impenetrable texts that are difficult to read and comprehend, but he also, as […]
Guattari Reframed presents a timely and urgent rehabilitation of one of the twentieth century’s most engaged and engaging cultural philosophers. […]
Kristeva Reframed examines key ideas in Julia Kristeva’s work to show how they are most relevant to students and artists, […]
Jean Baudrillard is recognised as a unique intellectual voice in many of the key debates and issues facing an increasingly […]
Material Cultures of Research: Without End: Documents of Research by Meghann Hillier-Broadley and Francis Blore
What are the parameters of the academic document? And how can its myriad forms deepen and shape the process […]