As a special tie in to their “50 % off Student Reading Sale”, publisher Verso Books are giving away free ebook copies of selected non-fiction titles in their quasi-academic line of philosophical, political, artistic, and social history, commentary, and analysis.
The selection includes the following 10 titles across various subjects, which you can claim via the blog announcement page by switching to “Ebook” tab for each book and clicking “Add to Cart” (DRM-free watermarked ePub/Mobi, requires account signup with valid email address but no payment info):
- Grand Hotel Abyss: The Lives of the Frankfurt School by Stuart Jeffries (20th C intellectual movement history)
- Beyond Black and White: From Civil Rights to Barack Obama by Manning Marable (race relations)
- The Formation of the Economic Thought of Karl Marx: 1843 to Capital by Ernest Mandel (economic theory)
- Metaphilosophy by Henri Lefebvre (French philosopher manifesto)
- The Exform by Nicholas Bourriad (art theory and criticism)
- Women’s Oppression Today: The Marxist/Feminist Encounter by Michèle Barrett (contemporary feminism)
- Marx and Human Nature: Reflections of a Legend by Norman Geras (philosophy)
- Screened Out by Jean Baudrillard (journalist essays)
- All Over the Map: Writing on Buildings and Cities by Michael Sorkin (urban architecture)
- Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future by Jeff Mann and Joel Wainwright (environmental political issues)
Offered DRM-free worldwide until just before midnight Pacific Time on September 30th, available directly from the publisher.
As a special treat to mark the end of back-to-school month, publisher Verso Books are offering a repeat of the 15 titles from their September flash giveaways accompanying their still-ongoing 50% off Student Reading sale, in case anyone missed them earlier.
The titles include a mix of quasi-academic history (ancient and recent), political and economic philosophy, arts & culture, social and gender studies, and other related topics written by authors worldwide, selected from their promotional recommendation lists during the Student Reading sale.
This is the list, and you can pick them all up from their dedicated promo blogpost here (wait for everything to load, then click to switch to “Ebook” for each title before adding to cart; requires account signup with billing address but no payment info) through this weekend:
- Capitalism, Socialism, Ecology by André Gorz, from the Environment & Ecology recommended reading list
- Bad New Days by Hal Foster, from Art & Aesthetics
- Darkwater by W.E.B. Du Bois, from Race & Ethnicity
- Building the Commune by George Ciccariello-Maher, from Sociology
- Fictitious Capital by Cédric Durand, from Economics
- Invisibility Blues by Michele Wallace, from Feminism and Gender
- Democracy Against Capitalism by Ellen Meiksins Wood from Political Theory
- Read My Desire by Joan Copjec, from Psychoanalysis
- Good Neighbors by Sylvie Tissot, from Architecture & Cities
- Peasant-Citizen and Slave by Ellen Meiksins Wood, from History (is about ancient Greece)
- Politics and Letters by Raymond Williams, from Cultural & Literary Theory
- Cultural Capital by Robert Hewison, from Film & Media
- The Left Hemisphere by Razmig Keucheyan, from Critical Theory
- The Philosophy of Marx by Etienne Balibar, from Philosophy
- Homo Juridicus by Alain Supiot, from Anthropology
Offered worldwide through 11:59 PM Eastern Time on September 30th, available DRM-free (ePub & Mobi, watermarked with your email address but otherwise freely transferrable to all your devices) directly from the publisher.