The Everyday Analysis Collective issue a call-for-papers for an online issue on critical theory and politics
Zero Books’ new channel offers video introductions to all of their latest philosophy releases including “Enjoying It: Candy Crush and Capitalism.”
“Death Drive,” “hauntology,” “in horror vacui,” and “uber-chutzpa” are just a few of the phrases that grace the pages of “Why are Animals Funny? Everday Analysis: Volume 1,” published in the UK by independent publisher, Zero Books. “Why are Animals Funny?” is written by a band of, well, what I call renegades. They, however, call themselves the Everyday Analysis Collective (EDA Collective), a group comprised mostly of journalists and academics out of England.