January 2023 Sale! 60% Off Select Titles


Please enjoy 60% off the selected titles below–including award-winning histories, critically-acclaimed polemics, and everlasting classics!

Sale ends January 31st at 23:59 EST. Only the primary edition shown in the book strip, at 60% off, is eligible for the sale. This does not include older print or ebook editions.

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Throughout the ages and across every continent, people have struggled against those in power and raised their voices in protest. This anthology, global in scope, presents voices of dissent from every era of human history.

An unprecedented collection of feminist voices from four millennia of global history

An unconventional history of homosexuality. Winner of the Goodreads Choice Award for Best History & Biography

A plan to win for the British left, from the co-founder of Momentum.

Groundbreaking analysis of the birth of racism in America

Today power is in the hands of Wall Street and Silicon Valley. How do we understand this transformation in power? And what can we do about it?

How statues, heritage and the built environment have become the battleground for the culture wars. Chosen as one of the best Architecture and Design books of 2022 by The Financial Times and one of the top art books of 2022 by The Art Newspaper

A magisterial history of resistance to the rising of the British empire

The lives of five socialist women and their legacy for modern-day feminists

Thinking through political forms

The violence and destruction hiding behind the obsession with immunity

A cat and mouse game of surveillance and psychological torment develops between a middle aged artist and her aging mother

Feminism as the bulwark against fascism

A radical guide to the language of policing

Selected as one of LitHub's 38 Favorite Books of 2022, Scorched Earth surveys the wrecking of a living world by the internet complex and its devastation of communities and their capacities for mutual support.

One of our most vital and incisive writers on literature, feminism, and knowing one’s self

How the US and UK illegally silenced Julian Assange

A haunting, intimate account of the women and men who built a feminist revolution in the middle of the Arab Spring

How the first major leftwing generation since the sixties has shaped electoral politics

Selected as one of the 15 best political and current affairs books of 2022 by The Times, Is Socialism Possible in Britain? analyses Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure as Labour leader and the prospects for parliamentary socialism in a post-Corbyn Britain.

Winner of the IPEG 2022 Book Prize. Campling and Colás analyse sea-related phenomena through a historical and geographical lens.

How Western philosophy lost its innocence: from Enlightenment to fascism

Why is the Conservative Party on the verge of collapse?

Path-breaking history of modern liberalism told through the pages of one of its most zealous supporters.

After Covid-19 and in the face of ecological disaster, how can the Left win a world fit for Life?

From 1927 to ’33, Walter Benjamin wrote and presented something in the region of eighty broadcasts using the new medium of radio. Radio Benjamin gathers the surviving transcripts and presents them for the first time in English.

A continuation of his celebrated work The Souls of Black Folk, Darkwater describes the devastation of segregation, slavery, and the global color line that veiled half the world’s people in shadow.

A radical new history of a dangerous idea

A wide-ranging exploration of the present, and the future, of the Unconscious

The European Union is a political order of peculiar stamp and continental scope, its polity of 446 million the third largest on the planet, though with famously little purchase on the conduct of its representatives. Sixty years after the founding treaty, what sort of structure has crystallised, and does the promise of ever closer union still obtain?

How migrants became the scapegoats of contemporary mainstream politics (Longlisted for the 2019 Jhalak Prize)

How rebellious colonies changed British attitudes to empire

Responding to the US’s perpetual war, Butler explores how mourning could inspire solidarity

A passionately urgent call for all of us to unlearn imperialism and repair the violent world we share

A classic of twentieth-century thought, Minima Moralia is Adorno's literary and philosophical masterpiece

A classic history of the role of Black working-class struggles throughout the twentieth century

A fascinating cultural history of this most magical of islands

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