They Told Us to Move

It is not easy to avoid comparing They Told Us to Move to last year’s breakout success, This is What Inequality Looks Like. In many ways, both books deal with some of the deeper, more difficult questions facing Singaporean society.

They Told Us to Move

It is not easy to avoid comparing They Told Us to Move to last year’s breakout success, This is What Inequality Looks Like. In many ways, both books deal with some of the deeper, more difficult questions facing Singaporean society.

The craftsman and his apprentices

  One of the key difficulties with Chris Murray’s Crippled Immortals is that, like a peculiarly intransigent fist fighter, the book is fairly difficult to pin down. Outwardly a memoir of some description, Crippled Immortals is also (bear with me)

The craftsman and his apprentices

  One of the key difficulties with Chris Murray’s Crippled Immortals is that, like a peculiarly intransigent fist fighter, the book is fairly difficult to pin down. Outwardly a memoir of some description, Crippled Immortals is also (bear with me)

Feature: Julian Gough – Shredding Nets

  I’ve been familiar with Julian Gough’s work since the late 1980s; however, when I started reading his newest novel, Connect, it was not what I expected – not at all. In the late 80s, Gough was a student at

Feature: Julian Gough – Shredding Nets

  I’ve been familiar with Julian Gough’s work since the late 1980s; however, when I started reading his newest novel, Connect, it was not what I expected – not at all. In the late 80s, Gough was a student at

Southeast Asia: A Very Short Introduction

  Southeast Asia has always been an area of contestation even before it went under colonial rule, and especially during the Cold War. It may be easy to think of Southeast Asia as the region which conveniently links Western powers

Southeast Asia: A Very Short Introduction

  Southeast Asia has always been an area of contestation even before it went under colonial rule, and especially during the Cold War. It may be easy to think of Southeast Asia as the region which conveniently links Western powers

Julian Turner – Desolate Market

Julian Turner’s fourth collection, Desolate Market, takes its name from William Blake’s unfinished epic The Four Zoas, in which an apocalyptic, or fallen, state is prophesied where “The heavens shall quake” and the woods and valleys will ‘wail in dismal

Julian Turner – Desolate Market

Julian Turner’s fourth collection, Desolate Market, takes its name from William Blake’s unfinished epic The Four Zoas, in which an apocalyptic, or fallen, state is prophesied where “The heavens shall quake” and the woods and valleys will ‘wail in dismal

Feature: On thinking with – scientists, Sciences, and Isabelle Stengers

On thinking with… is the transcription of a talk read by Fernando at the Centre for Science & Innovation Studies at UC Davis in 2015. The text certainly has the character of a reading: through closely attending to Stengers’ similarly

Feature: On thinking with – scientists, Sciences, and Isabelle Stengers

On thinking with… is the transcription of a talk read by Fernando at the Centre for Science & Innovation Studies at UC Davis in 2015. The text certainly has the character of a reading: through closely attending to Stengers’ similarly

A History of Australasian Economic Thought

  Most economies today are generally a reflection of their modern economic history. The economic histories of New Zealand and Australia are no different. Following European settlement, the New Zealand and Australian economies were captive to Britain’s imperial hegemony, providing

A History of Australasian Economic Thought

  Most economies today are generally a reflection of their modern economic history. The economic histories of New Zealand and Australia are no different. Following European settlement, the New Zealand and Australian economies were captive to Britain’s imperial hegemony, providing