All posts tagged review

Review: Revolting Subjects

Thom Tyerman reviews Imogen Tyler’s Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain published by Zed Books Taking a wide variety of issues and cases Imogen Tyler provides a comprehensive analysis that displays with clarity the complex workings of neoliberal governmentality […]

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P.s. I love you: The Spirit of 45 review

Ken Loach new film, The Spirit of 45, reminds us all of a precious commodity, the Welfare State. A review by Rachel Brooks.

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Can The Market Speak? And should we speak to it?

Jesssica Winterson reviews  Can The Market Speak? by Campbell Jones, soon to be published by Zero Books.   According to Olivier Blanchard, Chief Economist at the International Monetary Fund, ‘the markets have become sceptical about the ability of policy makers, […]

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iCommunism for the masses

Dan Edwards reviews iCommunism, by Colin Cremin, published by Zero 2012

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The truth behind the Second World War

Reviewing James Heartfield ‘An Unpatriotic History of the Second World War’ (Zero Books)

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The Dark Knight Rises: is this really the future of big-money cinema?

Simon Hardy reviews the Dark Knight Rises

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The Bridge is latest ‘Nordic noir’ masterpiece

Series on BBC4 is pure Scandi-brilliance.

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