‘Anti-equivalence: pragmatics of post-liberal dispute’ , looking at the fractious and warlike character of contemporary political discourse, is now published online by European Journal of Social Theory.
Blogpost published at PERC., on how the financial crisis opened the door to attacks on ‘low value’ and ‘woke’ degrees.
This event was hosted by the Politics of Economics project of the Cambridge Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities.
Essay in the London Review of Books, on how media and new technologies are harnessed to trigger ‘culture wars’.
Article written for The New Statesman, on the problem of rules and behavioural governance in the face of coronavirus.
Guardian Long Read on how closed groups are unsettling politics and public life.
My new working paper on the politics and economics of inheritance, both in a public and a private sense, is now published online (and open access) by Centre for Understanding Prosperity.
My article, Anger Fast and Slow: Mediations of Justice and Violence in the Age of Populism, is now available open access in the latest issue of Global Discourse. The issue also contains a response from Jeremy Engels to my piece, plus a symposium on Nervous States, with two critical appraisals and my response.
Essay published by Guardian Review, on the nationalist currents being stirred by the covid crisis.
Blogpost on the class divisions emerging from the lock-down, published by the Goldsmiths Political Economy Research Centre.