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The “Time Next” book launch will be a multimedia event for all lovers of young adult fiction. "Time Next" is the second book in the Time Zero trilogy.
A World to Win follows Marx through childhood and student days, a difficult and sometimes tragic family life, his far-sighted journalism, and his enduring friendship and intellectual partnership with Friedrich Engels. Building on the work of previous biographers, Liedman employs a commanding knowledge of the nineteenth century to create a definitive portrait of Marx and his vast contribution to the way the world understands itself.
Why, at given historical moments, do rebellions seem to erupt synchronously around the globe? In the new edited collection Spontaneous Combustion, authors draw upon George Katsiaficas' notion of "the eros effect" to make sense of this phenomenon. Through case studies, analytic elaborations, and critical rejoinders, Spontaneous Combustion unearths the erotic dimensions of global revolt.
The book traces how decades of Western sanctions have affected daily life, and delves into Iran’s tumultuous relationship with the United States and with its neighbors in the region. Most importantly, it highlights the heroic efforts of Iranians to live in a more open, more democratic society free of outside interference.
Join David Correia and Tyler Wall for an in-depth discussion on the language that we use to talk about policing and police reform in the hopes that understanding the historical context of these terms will help us move beyond the limits of police reform and toward a society free from police violence and free from police entirely.
How are revolting bodies transformed into laboring subjects, and how have revolting bodies
produced themselves as resisting subjects? Join Sheshalatha Reddy, Assistant Professor at
Howard University, for a discussion of her book British Empire and the Literature of Rebellion:
Revolting Bodies, Laboring Subjects (2017), which examines three nineteenth-century colonial
rebellions against the British Empire as imperial capital attempted to find new sources of labor
power and colonized subjects resisted their transformation into sources of capitalist