The series hosts individual and collective works aimed at understanding the contemporary transformations of politics and society from a perspective that, crossing disciplinary boundaries, questions the relationship between political and social institutions and forms of subjectivity, and restores complexity and temporal depth to analysis of politics and social phenomena and processes. The series welcomes studies and research that offer eccentric perspectives and that restore to the knowledge of society and politics its function as a stimulus for public discussion and its autonomy with respect to the logic of problem solving.
Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to the series editor, firstname.lastname@example.org.
All books published in the series undergo peer review.
(books + Chapters)