A celebratory offer from Race & Class

December 5, 2013 — Press release

Written by IRR News Team

Looking for a Christmas gift? This month, the IRR offers Catching History on the Wing for a discounted price, plus a free issue of Race & Class relating to the work of A. Sivanandan, in celebration of his ninetieth birthday. 

The IRR is offering for £10 (plus P&P) Catching History on the Wing, a collection of A. Sivanandan’s writings over the last forty years, as well as one of two back issues of Race & Class for free, featuring key interventions by him and essays in his honour. A. Sivanandan, founding editor of Race & Class and now IRR’s Director Emeritus, is one of the foremost thinkers on racism, globalisation and black history in the UK.

Choose one of:

  • A world to win, a festschrift in honour of A. Sivanandan, includes essays by Aijaz Ahmad, Neil Lazarus, Jan Carew, Bill Rolston, Nancy Murray, Colin Prescod, Liz Fekete and Melissa Benn.
  • The market state vs the good society, a seminal article published in the January 2013 issue, examines neoliberalism and shows how the market state no longer serves the nation, but transnational capital. This issue of Race & Class also contains articles on asylum policy in Australia (Michael Grewcock), policing in Northern Ireland (Daniel Holder) and the treatment of terror suspects in the UK (Victoria Brittain).

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Buy Catching History on the Wing with A World to Win for £10 (plus postage and packaging) here

Buy Catching History on the Wing with The market state vs the good society for £10 (plus postage and packaging) here

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