Welcome to the TCS Website. It provides information about the journals Theory, Culture & Society and Body & Society, as well as the Theory, Culture & Society Book Series. Extending the discussions and debates that TCS has been fostering in the areas of sociology, cultural theory and social theory for over three decades, here you will find interviews, discussions, reviews, images and podcasts about and around the key topics covered in the journals and books, as well as a range of extra material.
Review of Martijn Konings, Capital and Time: For a New Critique of Neoliberal Reason- Samuel Kirwan reviews Martijn Konings's book 'Capital and Time: For a New Critique of Neoliberal Reason.'
Review of Jennifer Robertson – Robo Sapiens Japanicus: Robots, Gender, Family, and The Japanese Nation- Mona Abaza reviews Jennifer Robertson's book 'Robo Sapiens Japanicus: Robots, Gender, Family, and The Japanese Nation'.
Video: Laurel Jean Fredrickson on Robert Filliou and the Eternal Network- Laurel Jean Fredrickson introduces her paper ‘Life as Art, or Art as Life: Robert Filliou and the Eternal Network‘
Video: Alexandra Deem on the No Dakota Access Pipeline Movement- Alexandra Deem presents her article 'Mediated Intersections of Environmental and Decolonial Politics in the No Dakota Access Pipeline Movement' in this video abstract.
Theory, Culture & Society- January 2019; 36 (1) – including articles on digital aesthetics, responsibility and suffering, deep time, and new media pharmacology.
Body & Society- December 2018, 24 (4) – including articles on Commercial Surrogacy, Drug Addiction and New Materialist perspectives, and Cancer Patienthood.
Skin Matters- Special Issue Skin Matters: Thinking Through the Body’s Surfaces, edited by Marc Lafrance
Elites and Power after Financialization- Special issue on Elites and Power after Financialization, edited by Aeron Davis and Karel Williams
Bataille and Heterology- Special issue on Bataille and Heterology, edited by Marina Galletti and Roy Boyne
Annual Review- Every December, the TCS Annual Review features sections on Global Public Life and many other themes.