Between 1957 and its dissolution in 1972, the Situationist International sought to theorise consumer capitalism in order to overthrow it. A new collection of essays explores their legacy.
The newly published notebooks of the Russian-Belgian revolutionary Victor Serge record the bitter defeats of the twentieth century, but contain within them a boundless curiosity about the world and a stubborn hope for the future.
Hannah Proctor and Sam Dolbear talk to Tribune about Arcades Materials, a series of pamphlets sparking off from Walter Benjamin's Arcades Project.
The results of the notorious "Stalinist Stanford Prison Experiment," DAU, were finally shown to the public this spring. What does this blurring of fantasy and reality achieve?
In 1969, Herbert Marcuse's ‘Essay on Liberation’ combined Marx and Freud, and inspired thousands of radicals. How liberating is it fifty years later?
Agnès Varda's films weren't just fascinated by people, they demonstrated a deep love of them.
Jordan Peterson’s message is simple: ‘evil’ is endemic to humanity and the domination of some people over others is biologically grounded.