Category Archives: Ash Amin

Books received – review work for Polity and Sage

A pile of recent books received in recompense for review work, and a couple of others sent by Polity from their Key Contemporary Thinkers series.

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Books received

Amin and Thrift’s Arts of the Political; two old books by Elizabeth Grosz; the latest Sloterdijk books in English and German; the new Foucault lecture course; John Protevi’s Life, War, Earth (which I wrote an endorsement for); and the new … Continue reading

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Books received

A pile of new books including six Polity titles received in recompense for review work, Tom McCarthy’s novel C, Esposito’s Living Thought, and a few by Hegel for a possible future project.

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Clive Barnett review of Ash Amin, Land of Strangers

At the LSE Review of Books, Clive Barnett reviews Ash Amin’s Land of Strangers.

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Ash Amin on Democracy

Piece at Berfrois – draws on his forthcoming book with Nigel Thrift, Arts of the Political. If democracy means rule by the people for the people, it has broken down. All we have today is rule by elites for national … Continue reading

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Amin and Thrift, Arts of the Political

Ash Amin and Nigel Thrift’s new book, Arts of the Political: New Openings for the Left is due out in March 2013 with Duke University Press. Very little on the publisher site as yet.

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