In the second of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses the innovations of the Chicago School and the question of how we might begin to move beyond neoliberalism.
In the first of a two part interview, Will Davies discusses his book ‘The Limits of Neoliberalism’.
The Turkish state is in crisis. To intervene effectively the left must recognise that this as a political crisis, and one that has been years in the making.
Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong shows how 'urban regeneration' is used to displace residents and erase memories of what went before.
Oscar Wilde's socialism was premised on a profoundly problematic humanism.
Oscar Wilde's socialism reminds us that social conservatism and neoliberal individualism are not the only political philosophies possible.
Oscar Wilde's socialism was inextricably bound up with his thinking about love and desire.
Reading Wilde's 'The Soul of Man under Socialism' in the context of late Victorian London radicalism allows us to see it, and its author, afresh
Wilde's was an individualism of self-realisation and self-development, far removed from today's anti-statism.
Joshua Oppenheimer's 'The Act of Killing' picks at the seams of Indonesia's contemporary micro-political structures, but there is an indifference to the larger forces at work.