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From Apartheid to Genocide: Salvage Perspectives 14

It is no small offence to our piscine friends to say that the punditry and political class has the collective memory of a solitary goldfish in a tiny bowl that it mistakes for the wide ocean.

Some of my best enemies are feminists: on Zionist feminism

Historically speaking, Zionist feminism shares key characteristics of colonial feminisms of the nineteenth century.

Give Dust a Tongue: Salvage Perspectives 13

Because it cannot be avoided, once more on the state of the world.

The Ordinary is a Horror: Abolition, Hegemony, and the State

What it means to pursue a hegemonising project, then, is to have the clarity to see what is actually happening in the present and to have the courage to respond not by reworking old and stale ideas to describe what is new and different, but with the ambition to struggle on many fronts and to seek to construct a new common sense, not simply advance a slew of policies – even if those policies are good, correct, and necessary.

Some of my best enemies are feminists: on Zionist feminism

Some of my best enemies are feminists: on Zionist feminism

This piece appears in print in Salvage 14: Shrouded in Darkness. Issue 14 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have exclusive access to some online content, including all audio...

Give Dust a Tongue: Salvage Perspectives 13

Give Dust a Tongue: Salvage Perspectives 13

Every issue of Salvage is accompanied by a pamphlet wherein the Editorial Collective presents a synoptic overview of certain key aspects of the political conjuncture as we see it – our perspectives. The below is the editorial perspectives essay that accompanies...

The Actuality of Counter-Revolution

The Actuality of Counter-Revolution

This piece first appeared in print in Salvage 12: A Ceaseless Storm. Issue 12 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have exclusive access to some online content, including all...

The Meaning of Keir Starmer

The Meaning of Keir Starmer

This piece first appeared in print in Salvage 12: A Ceaseless Storm. Issue 12 is available to buy individually here. Our poetry, fiction and art remains exclusive to the print edition, and our subscribers have exclusive access to some online content, including all...

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Abolish the Family

Sophie Lewis

Sharp, engaging, and bursting with intellectual energy, Abolish the Family is a triumph. Whether you come to this book as a critic of The Family or as its most ardent supporter, you’re sure to find something within its pages to move, challenge, or provoke you. It’s a joy to read, and I cannot recommend it highly enough.

 Helen Hester, author of Xenofeminism

Red Africa

Kevin Okoth

A fiercely argued case for looking to the anticolonialism and Marxism of Red Africa in our current engagements with decolonisation. Okoth’s critical assessment of certain variants of ‘decolonial studies’ and ‘Afro-Pessimism’ is welcome.

 Priyamvada Gopal, author of Insurgent Empire

The Tragedy of the Worker

The Salvage Collective

Salvage is the most exciting journal to appear on the anglophone left over the past decade: avant-garde Marxism with no illusions, perfectly pitched to our dismal times. Here the formidable Salvage Collective tackles the defining question of those times: the ecological crisis. The result is the most beautiful and urgent essay yet written on what climate catastrophe means for the struggle for communism, in the past, present and future. This is one for the ages.

 Andreas Malm, author of How to Blow Up a Pipeline

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ISSUE 14: SPRING / SUMMER 2024

Shrouded in Darkness

 

From Apartheid to Genocide: Salvage Perspectives 14

It is no small offence to our piscine friends to say that the punditry and political class has the collective memory of a solitary goldfish in a tiny bowl that it mistakes for the wide ocean.

Some of my best enemies are feminists: on Zionist feminism

Historically speaking, Zionist feminism shares key characteristics of colonial feminisms of the nineteenth century.

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