The birth of a ‘school-book of political economy’, which originated from the notes of a teenager two centuries ago, is hailed by Dr Karen Attar, Senate House Library’s curator of rare books.
The complex processes and consequences of the political economy of screen media were at the core of The Political Screen conference organised for the Screen Studies Group by University College London (UCL) and London School of Economics (LSE), with support from SAS. This report by Ana Ecaterina Tan and Tressie Xitong Pan explains the rationale […]
Radical left parties, Syriza in Greece and Podemos in Spain, did well in the recent European elections. But how far can they go? And what are the lessons for the UK? Republished from From time to time members of the School of Advanced Study publish about their research on other websites. This post republishes that […]