A reading list on the changing role of borders and how we consider freedom of movement, globalization, and humanitarian crises across the world.
Books that propose alternative forms of city-making and architecture.
Brett Christophers, author of Rentier Capitalism, on the extraordinary dominance of monopolistic rent-seeking in the UK economy, in the latest episode of the Politics Theory Other podcast.
Who are our cities for? A reading list on the geography of inequality, the politics of cities and planning and the fights for more just and sustainable urban environments.
Another future is possible.
Don't have time to read everything that catches your eye? Here we bring you 10 unmissable reads from this year.
Featuring books on migration, identity politics, the rise of right-wing populism and the struggles of 1968.