Lynne Segal’s most recent work, Radical Happiness, addresses the relationship between political action and personal fulfilment.
Kate Bradley reviews a documentary series focusing on giving a voice to the survivors of Jeffrey Epstein.
The coronavirus crisis brings into sharp light capital's reliance on social reproductive labour, Kate Bradley argues.
Guy Ritichie's film The Gentlemen is a violent fantasy about ongoing Anglo-American global dominance, writes Kate Bradley.
Kate Bradley reports on Jeremy Corbyn's Manchester rally.
Ken Loach is widely acclaimed for his uncompromising and cutting portrayal of the realities of poverty in his films, but Kate Bradley argues his depictions of sex work fall short.
Meet our new article series, What a way to make a living, which will explore the lived realities of work and exploitation under modern capitalism
Kate Bradley reviews Urban Warfare by Raquel Rolnik, an important investigation into how capitalism has shaped housing for its own ends
Video games can be vehicles for a whole range of political ideas - and some can even help us explain social reproduction theory, argues Kate Bradley.
It's worth re-visiting some of Gavin Williamson’s most unpleasant politics, just so we can briefly celebrate his political demise.