Tom Whyman on the COVID culture wars, what the tories really want, and how staying in and going out can both be acts of rebellion.
Daniel Bristow on the perverse way in which the UK is being sent back to work, via Heidegger, Adorno and Zizek.
What story is being told by Covid-19? Leo Cookman considers how narrative theory can help us makes sense of the pandemic and how the political battle to determine the story of Covid must be waged.
Stuart Bennett on the why the current crisis means it real is time to start playing the blame game.
Every Thursday throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Everyday Analysis will be hosting political debates, guests and questions on Zoom.
Mike Watson sets out a path for an artist's response to the pandemic and how it might provide unexpected energy for the political Left.
Dan Bristow, Tom Hobson, and Kaajal Modi discuss the states of exception that have been imposed across Europe, the racist imaginaries surrounding the pandemic and why its more important than ever to make sure this crisis is seen as deeply political.
Stuart Bennett examines a selection of everyday sayings and exposes their falsehood in the context of social and economic inequality illuminated by the coronavirus.
Marion Trejo and Matt McManus discuss the relationship between Jordan Peterson and the theoretical Left, and why this might be important in facing down the rise of the fascist Right.
Daniel Bristow on the need for class politics in the midst of coronavirus and why we need to remember the often exploited key worker long after the end of the crisis.