Stuart Bennett on the why the current crisis means it real is time to start playing the blame game.
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.
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.
A virus is exposing how much Western society is permeated with influential people who have deluded themselves into thinking that their ability to manipulate words, images, and sounds gives them the ability to control reality itself. Thomas Hobson and Daniel Bristow consider.
In this statement of solidarity for the current UCU strikes taking place across the country, we include a new updated version of Daniel Bristow's 2013 'What is a Strike?' along with a reflection on the 2020 action by James Smith.
Daniel Bristow reads Joker via Simone de Beauvoir, considering its relationship to class consciousness.
Everyday Analysis editors Ben Moore and Alfie Bown reflect on the depoliticising effect of a worn-out old DJ sampling the speech of a significant young activist.
In a week which will see a new Prime Minister emerge, Everyday Analysis editors Ben Moore and Daniel Bristow reflect on the aftermath of the European Elections and what influence they are having on UK politics today.
J.A. Smith reflects on a book that keeps getting more relevant the stupider politics becomes. Authentocrats: Culture, Politics and the New Seriousness was published by Repeater Books last year.