Here are two book reviews, which I have chosen because they show the poles of my interest. One is a review of Howard Slater’s Anomie, Bonhomie and Other Writings (Mute, 2012) which is a highly-charged, quite avant garde text emerging from Situationism. The second is a review of Sal Restivo’s anarchism and science text, Red, Black and Objective, for Sociological Research Online:
I think these two books place me right on the border between British Art Schools and Sociology, for the reader. In some ways, Adventures In Political Landscapes always begin from here.