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Society 6/2021

Issue 6/2021


Table of Contents (16 Articles)


Discovering Isaiah Berlin
Johnny Lyons in conversation with Henry Hardy, June 2019


Sir Karl Popper and George Soros: Way Stations and Mirror Images of a Relationship
Dirk Kaesler

19-01-2022 | Original Article

Confronting Plausible Simplicities and Bridging the Tragic Chasm: Bernard Crick’s Political Journalism Reconsidered
Charlie Ellis

10-09-2021 | Original Article

Racism and Mental Health: Historical Perspectives on the Limits of Good Intentions
Laura Hirshbein

Open Access 25-10-2021 | Commentary

The Plasticity of Our Fears: Affective Politics in the European Migration Crisis
Volker M. Heins

17-01-2022 | Original Article

“No Business [That Pays Less Than a Living Wage]…Has Any Right to Continue”—Changing Rhetorics of the Minimum Wage, 1933–1981
Steven Attewell

22-11-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Gordon Brown, Seven Ways to Change the World: How to Fix the Most Pressing Problems We Face
Simon & Schuster, 2021, 504 pp. ISBN: ‎978-1398503618
Andrew Gamble

06-01-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Lady Hale: Spider Woman: A Life
The Bodley Head, London, 2021, 259 pp., ISBN 9781847926593
Eric Barendt

22-12-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Irvin D. Yalom and Marilyn Yalom: A Matter of Death and Life: Love, Loss and What Matters in the End
Piatkus, 2021, 240 pp., ISBN: 978–0349428574
Paul Broks

22-12-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

John Gerring and Wouter Veenendaal, Population and Politics: The Impact of Scale
Cambridge University Press: 2020, 484 pp., ISBN: 978-1-108-71396-2
Michael Laver

29-11-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Kenneth S. Stern, The Conflict Over the Conflict: The Israel/Palestine Campus Debate
New Jewish Press, Toronto, 2020, 255 pp., ISBN 978-1-4875-0736-7
Daniel Gordon

24-11-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Hermione Lee, Tom Stoppard: A Life
Faber, 2020, 992 pp., ISBN: 978-0571314430
Paul Delaney

29-11-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Anthony Seldon: The Impossible Office? The History of the British Prime Minister
Cambridge University Press, 2021, 430 pp., ISBN: 978-1316515327
John Bartle

22-12-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Paul Ricoeur, Politics, Economy, and Society: Writings and Lectures, Volume 4
Translated by Kathleen Blamey, Polity Press: 2021, 280 pp., ISBN: 978-1509543878
Scott Davidson

06-01-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Book reviews
Polity Press, 2019, 160 pp., ISBN: 978-1509532162
Kieran Setiya

23-07-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Jonathan Marks: Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education
Princeton University Press, 2021, ISBN-13: 978-0691193854, 248 pp.
Jenna Silber Storey