Stephen Lee Naish discusses the revenge of analog, looking beyond nostalgia to consider the politics and class issues involved in returning to the old stuff.
Thomas L. Lynn, Jr. discusses Tariq Ali’s latest, exploring the contemporary significance of Leninism and the individual stories of the revolution.
From 4Chan to Tumblr, Nicolas Hausdorf considers the possibility of a political anthropology of our networked society.
Sean Mahoney on how the revolutionary Marxism of Antinio Gramsci can provide solutions to some of the predicaments of Europe and the US today.
Jerome F. Keating discusses what happened when steam and iron replaced sail, analyzing the important relations between Britain and China that are revealed by the history of just one sailing vessel.
Stephen Lee Naish on dreaming our way off the planet and whether we should embrace oblivion or look ‘abroad’
MH discusses the difference between abuse and conflict, Canadian attitudes to HIV and the treatment of refugees, arguing for a transformation in attitudes towards difference.
Marcel Krueger discusses the creative potential of the city, the flâneuse and identity politics.