Friday, 18 February 2011

Elena Loizidou introduces our Judith Butler Archive

Photo: Elena Loizidou
Elena Loizidou comments on the work of Judith Butler, and introduces our Judith Butler Archive.

The Archive is split between those articles published in Theory, Culture & Society and those published in Body & Society between 1997 and 2009, and contains 2 articles by Butler herself. These articles will be free to access until 30th April.

TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.

Free Access to Selected Archives until 30/04/11

Theory, Culture & Society and Body & Society are opening up their archives.

So far we've collated our articles on/by/related to Zygmunt Bauman, Judith Butler, Michel Foucault, Paul Ricoeur, Georg Simmel, Affect, Climate Change and Race. These articles will be available for free until 30th April 2011.

Go here to access the Theory, Culture & Society Archive

Go here to access the Body & Society Archive

TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.

Thursday, 17 February 2011

Interview with Gurminder Bhambra on Colonialism, Empire and Slavery

Photo: Gurminder K. Bhambra
Gurminder Bhambra speaks to Simon Dawes about the forthcoming conference, ‘Rethinking the Modern: Colonialism, Empire and Slavery’.

Read more to find out about the continued significance of imperialism, the importance of the idea of 'connections', and how to submit an abstract of your own.

TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Abdelmajid Hannoum on the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt

Photo: Abdelmajid Hannoum

In the first of our commissioned commentaries on the recent revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, Abdelmajid Hannoum considers what is at stake for the region.

In 'Revolutions Signées Arabes', he comments on the differences between the two revolutions, the 21st Century use of peaceful protest and absence of ideology, and the consequences for Egypt's relations with Israel and the US.

TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.