Stand Back: Reflections on a Memoir I Wrote Too Soon

Everywhere we look there are plantation managers and overseers, kneeling over black bodies, shooting into crowds, ramming jeeps through protest lines, chasing joggers, calling the cops, demanding rent.

Neoliberalism for Polite Company: Bruno Latour’s Pseudo-Materialist Coup

If neoliberalism were a Platonic Republic, Bruno Latour would likely be its philosopher-king.

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Marxism and Intersectionality: An Interview with Ashley Bohrer

We simply can’t understand the world we live in without an understanding of capitalism. One of the lessons I take from intersectionality is the multiple and discontinuous ways that gender, race, sexuality, ability, nationality, etc are fundamentally interconstituted.

A Marxist Theory of Extinction

From the perspective of earthly life, capitalism differs little from colliding with a massive meteorite.

The Covid State: Dispatch Three from a Changing World

As the subtitle of this piece suggests, this is the third in a series of online editorials responding to the Covid-19 pandemic. The first, ‘The Mask of the Red Death’, was published on 21 March, the second, ‘We Are All Unclean’ on 20 April. Our...
Not Today

Not Today

There are no sirens mounted on the roof at Tree of Life. No one expects death to happen here. The sirens come later.


ISSUE 8: SPRING / SUMMER 2020

Comrades, This is Madness

 

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The Covid State: Dispatch Three from a Changing World

The Covid State: Dispatch Three from a Changing World

The full dimensions not of the Covid state have yet to emerge. Since the state is at any time, as Poulantzas put it, a form-determined, ‘material condensation of the balance of class forces’, its shape is to be contested. What can be immediately dismissed, however, is the idea that any form of socialism is afoot.

Losing the North

Losing the North

Just how serious is Labour’s problem in the North of England? As Lewis Baston points out, the journalistic cliche of the ‘red wall’ that developed over the last few weeks is highly misleading. The myth resonates because it stems from a partial historical truth....

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