Article in the London Review of Books, on how the Covid 19 pandemic has revealed different understandings of ‘society’.
Op-ed published in The Guardian, on how multiple forces of reaction have taken aim at the humanities, in government, higher education and the arts.
I’ve reviewed Thomas Piketty’s Capital & Ideology for The Guardian.
My paper Anger Fast & Slow: Mediations of justice and violence in the age of populism is now published online by Global Discourse. This develops ideas first given as the 2018 Annual Lecture for the Queen Mary Centre for the History of Emotions.
Column written for The Guardian, on the Trojan Horse of Brexit and Boris, that contains as yet unknown policies and dangers.
Blogpost on the hellish election campaign season, at Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre.
Comment piece published in The Guardian, on the election and the end of liberalism.
I was asked to review the Labour manifesto for The Guardian Review, alongside other writers on the other manifestos.
Review of Irrationality: A History of the Dark Side of Reason by Justin E. H. Smith, published in the LRB.
Column, coinciding with Conservative Party conference, published in The Guardian.
I reviewed The Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray for The Guardian Review.
Long Read published in the Guardian, on the ‘bias’ wars that now dominate our public sphere, and the challenge posed by ‘big data’ to the traditional media.
Article published in The London Review of Books, on Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Dominic Cummings.