For the Review of African Political Economy, Colin Stoneman praises [...]
Lynnda Wardle reviews An Ounce of Practice in the Glasgow Review [...]
My article on Frantz Fanon in Critical and Radical Social [...]
In some of the most powerful and engaging passages in Capital in 1867 Karl Marx wrote about the systematic fraud at the heart of market relations. Fraud, adulteration of food (a topic close to Marx’s heart) and corruption, were elements of capitalist development from the earliest days.
Janet Bujra and Jenny Pearce’s important book Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, on the 2001 Bradford riot – its aftermath and origins – is a account of the protests and riots that temporally paralysed the northern city at the start of the millennium.
We should celebrate the fall of Robert Mugabe. But hypocritical [...]
This article was published in the Morning Star on 22 [...]
A version of this blogpost was originally published by RS21 Revolutionary [...]
Heike Becker reviews An Ounce of Practice for The Conversation a novel [...]
Arguably the résistance populaire across Burkina Faso in September 2015 [...]