Mark Featherstone reviews Elizabeth Goodstein’s book ‘Georg Simmel and the Disciplinary Imaginary’
Laura Mayhall reflects on the suffrage movement: Are this year’s commemorations of a century of women’s suffrage in Britain bad for democracy? Do they celebrate engaged citizens, or passive spectators?
Pete Bearder reviews Samuel Burgum’s “Occupying London: Post Crash Resistance and the Limits of Possibility.”
Special issue on Bataille and Heterology, edited by Marina Galletti and Roy Boyne
December 2018, 24 (4) – including articles on Commercial Surrogacy, Drug Addiction and New Materialist perspectives, and Cancer Patienthood.
January 2019; 36 (1) – including articles on digital aesthetics, responsibility and suffering, deep time, and new media pharmacology.
Gabriel Apata reviews Andrews’s “Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for the 21st Century”.
Couze Venn reflects on the 50th anniversary of May ’68.
Special Issue Skin Matters: Thinking Through the Body’s Surfaces, edited by Marc Lafrance
Seán Williams contextualises the article ‘‘Cancer Coiffures’: Embodied Storylines of Cancer Patienthood and Survivorship in the Consumerist Cultural Imaginary’ and presents the corresponding BBC video.