Rowman and Littlefield International

Brazil’s Rise and Decline in Global Governance: Glory and Pain in the Tropics

Markus Fraundorfer reflects on Brazil’s spectacular rise in global governance around the turn of the 21st Century, before explaining the country's virtual disappearance from this global stage in recent years.
Published on Thursday 19 Apr 2018

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Published on Tuesday 17 Apr 2018

‘Paid Work’ or Underpaid Labour? The Labour Exploitation of Detainees Within Immigration Detention

Katie Bales and Lucy Mayblin uncover the shocking, longstanding exploitation of migrant detainees within the UK.
Published on Tuesday 17 Apr 2018

Comedy and Critical Thought

The editors of 'Comedy and Critical Thought' - Iain McKenzie, Fred Francis and Krista Bonello Rutter Giappone - provide an introduction to the collection's themes and content.
Published on Tuesday 27 Mar 2018

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Published on Wednesday 21 Mar 2018

Territory Beyond Terra

The contributors to the Rowman & Littlefield International title, 'Territory Beyond Terra', offer their reflections on how contributing to the project has influenced them, their work and future trajectories. Compiled and edited by the volume's editors: Kimberley Peters, Philip Steinberg, and Elaine Stratford.
Published on Friday 16 Mar 2018

Africa and Capital as Power

Tim Di Muzio, author of 'The Tragedy of Human Development', outlines the perspective of capital as power in relation to Africa's political economies.
Published on Wednesday 14 Mar 2018

Inclusion without Influence: Women, Power and the Quota System in Guyana

In their edited collection Negotiating Gender, Policy and Politics in the Caribbean, Gabrielle Hosein and Jane Parpart explore feminist strategies to promote democratic governance and gender equality.
Published on Thursday 08 Mar 2018

Because of Her We Can

Alana Lentin reflects on the UN’s global theme for International Women’s Day, ‘Time is Now: Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women’s Lives’, and its resonance with the 2018 NAIDOC Week theme, ‘Because of Her We Can’.
Published on Thursday 08 Mar 2018

Realising Justice for Sex Workers

Dr. Sharron A. FitzGerald and Dr. Kathryn McGarry introduce their edited collection of leading global research into a rights-based agenda for sex work.
Published on Thursday 08 Mar 2018