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Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain

Paperback, 11/04/2013, £16.99
£15.29
Imaginative and original, Revolting Subjects introduces a range of new insights into neoliberal societies, and will be essential reading for those concerned about widening inequalities, growing social unrest and social justice in the wider global context.

Palestine Nakba: Decolonising History, Narrating the Subaltern, Reclaiming Memory

Paperback, 27/01/2012, £20.99
£18.89
Explores ways of remembering and commemorating the Nakba, dealing with the issue within the context of Palestinian oral history, 'social history from below', narratives of memory and the formation of collective identity.

Feminism and War: Confronting US Imperialism

Paperback, 15/10/2008, £24.99
£22.49
Features a diverse set of leading theorists and activists who examine the questions raised by American military initiatives.

Girl Trouble: Panic and Progress in the History of Young Women

Paperback, 12/06/2014, £8.99
£8.09
From flappers and beat girls to dolly birds and ladettes, this is the story of the 20th Century's 'bad girls' and the controversy that has accompanied their growing freedom.

Pocket Piketty

Paperback, 01/09/2017, £8.99
£8.09
A handy introduction to one of the 21st century's most important works on the economy.

1997: The Future that Never Happened

Paperback, 02/10/2017, £10.99
£9.89
An immersive account of Britain in 1997, a year which laid the foundation of our current political crisis.

Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for the 21st Century

Paperback, 15/09/2018, £8.99
£8.09
One of Britain's most highly acclaimed Black educators presents the history of Black radicalism, reclaiming it for the twenty-first century.

Why Women Will Save the Planet

Paperback, 01/03/2018, £12.99
£11.69
Today many cities are simply unsustainable, with polluted air, excessive energy consumption and an absence of nature. But big cities don't have to mean a dystopian future. This collection of articles and interviews collectively demonstrate both the need for women's empowerment for climate action and the powerful change it can bring.
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