Long Read Review: Carl Schmitt in and out of History

In this long read, Joshua Smeltzer reviews two recent books that return to the works of infamous political and legal theorist […]

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    Book Review: Scholarly Communication and Measuring Research – What Does Everyone Need to Know?

Book Review: Scholarly Communication and Measuring Research – What Does Everyone Need to Know?

Academics are required to not only find effective ways to communicate their research, but also to increasingly measure and […]

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    Long Read Review: k-punk: The Collected and Unpublished Writings of Mark Fisher (2004-2016) by Mark Fisher, edited by Darren Ambrose with Simon Reynolds

Long Read Review: k-punk: The Collected and Unpublished Writings of Mark Fisher (2004-2016) by Mark Fisher, edited by Darren Ambrose with Simon Reynolds

New collection k-punk gathers together work written by the influential British cultural theorist and political activist Mark Fisher between […]

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    Feature Essay: Translating Frantz Fanon Across Continents and Languages by Kathryn Batchelor, Sue-Ann Harding and Christina Kullberg

Feature Essay: Translating Frantz Fanon Across Continents and Languages by Kathryn Batchelor, Sue-Ann Harding and Christina Kullberg

Les Damnés de la terre (The Wretched of the Earth) remains one of Frantz Fanon’s most significant works, written […]

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    Feature Essay: The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value by Sarah Burton

Feature Essay: The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value by Sarah Burton

In this feature essay, The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value, Sarah Burton argues […]

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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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