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In our Winter 2021 book, some of today’s most imaginative writers consider what it means to be made and fashioned by others. Preorder now.

How are we to meet the challenge of global warming before it is too late? And if global diplomacy initiatives like the Paris Agreement can’t get us there, what can? Order our latest book now.

In addition to our usual four annual print books, this fall we are publishing a special supplement on the crisis of science and policy in the age of COVID-19. Preorder now.

From COVID-19 to Black Lives Matter. Order our latest book now.

What might happen if a woman's right to vote is seen as coequal with her right to be elected? Preorder our Spring 2020 book now.
Our winter 2020 issue has gone to press, featuring Agnes Callard, Paul Bloom, Elizabeth Bruenig, Judith Butler, Martha Nussbaum and more. Preorder now.
On sale today, our new issue asks: How do people who are not alike forge productive alliances?
We live in a world made by neoliberalism, with its hostility to equality and democracy. It is time to stop.
Joshua Cohen
Jackson has a long history of black resistance—a seeming contradiction in a state better known for its stubborn poverty, violent Confederate fan boys, and deeply entrenched black oppression.
Makani Themba


The success of OxyContin hinged on racially bifurcated understandings of addiction. The fundamental division between “dope” and medicine, after all, has always been the race and class of users.

Donna Murch
By examining the opioid crisis alongside the War on Drugs Murch brings an otherwise familiar story into new territory.
Joshua Cohen, Deborah Chasman
Reputational currency, like China's Social Credit Score, rebrands repression as rational nudging. And these algorithmic governance models are spreading.
Frank Pasquale
The spring issue tackles how racist thinking can be found in surprising—and often overlooked—places. From the origins of the opioid epidemic to the global surrogacy industry, contributors not only explore the institutional structures that profit from black suffering, but also point the way to racial justice. PREORDER TODAY.
Boston Review

What does it mean to live in a world in which history has rusted under the monstrous weight of the permanent now?

Maximillian Alvarez

The Cold War says more about how U.S. elites imagined their “freedom” than it does about enabling other people to be free.

Nikhil Pal Singh

Silvia Federici interviewed by Jill Richards.

Jill Richards, Silvia Federici
How sex with robots became safer—and better—than sex with actual men.
Cathy O’Neil


Feminism needs better reproductive strategies.

Merve Emre
What can tech do for feminism? Our latest issue looks at the promises and the perils. Buy your copy today.
What can Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy do for activism today?
If we have reached peak dystopia, then Global Dystopias might just be the handbook we need.
Boston Review


To build a tangible, inclusive, meaningful, and durable community, we must begin with public goods.
K. Sabeel Rahman
Work Inequality Basic Income explores basic income as a salve for financial precarity and a path toward racial justice and equality. Get your copy today!


How the history of slavery prompts us to rethink our notion of justice.

Walter Johnson

Can the nation-state serve social justice?

Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò leads a forum with Thea Riofrancos, Mariame Kaba & Andrea Ritchie, Ishac Diwan & Bright Simons, and others. Plus Leila Farsakh on Palestinian statehood, Astra Taylor and Leah Hunt-Hendrix on a “solidarity state,” Joshua Craze on rule by militia, and much more. 

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Our new issue asks what a just state would look like and how to get there.

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