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Paris Attacks: The Aftermath and the History

This week Ash Sarkar is joined by Eleanor Penny, James Butler and Sam Kriss to discuss the Paris attacks, the political responses and how they can be understood in the context of migration and colonialism.


Post-Colonial Ecologies

On this weeks #NovaraFM Ash Sarkar discusses climate, conquest and capitalism with Anna Lau from Platform, a group involved in ecological justice movements, and James Butler.


The Invention Of Whiteness

On this weeks Novara FM, Ash Sarkar is joined by Kerem Niscanioglu as they discuss the discursive formation of whiteness thoughout history.

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OMFG: When Were White People Invented?

Ash Sarkar asks the people of London one question: When were white people invented?, looking at the way racial structures have emerged in the past and where that leaves the identity of 'whiteness' today.


Communal Luxury

On this week's show James Butler and Aaron Bastani are joined by Kristin Ross as they discuss her new book "Communal Luxury: The Political Imaginary of the Paris Commune".


For the Mob

In this brief article James Butler looks at some of the uses and abuses, both contemporary and historic, of the word 'mob' in English.


What is Revolution?

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss the concept of revolution - is the binary of reform and revolution a useful one in informing 'what is to be done'?

A new work by British artist Banksy adorns a wall near the Canary Wharf financial district in London


On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by David Graeber author of 'Debt: the First 5,000 Years' as they discuss debt embedding it within the context of the Great Recession.