Soundings offers committed, informed and thoughtful writing on a wide range of contemporary political and cultural debates. Founded twenty years ago by Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin.
Editorial: Challenging the structures of racism
Sally Davison, Deborah Grayson and Kirsten Forkert
Notes from lockdown
Georgie Wemyss & Nira Yuval-Davis, Hannah Hamad, Joy White, Karen Patel, Deborah Grayson, Alister Wedderburn
A beta bailout: the near future of state intervention
Craig Berry, Daniel Bailey and Katy Jones
Policing Black sound: performing UK Grime and Rap music under routinised surveillance
Cheraine Donalea Scott
Good times for a change? Ireland since the general election
Colin Coulter and John Reynolds
Is shifting to US-style deregulation the inevitable consequence of Brexit?
Centripetal force: a totalitarian movement in contemporary Brazil
The new moving right show
Class and nation in the age of populism: The forward march of labour restarted?
Alvaro de Miranda
Gender, race, class, ecology and peace
Vron Ware talks to Jo Littler
Conversations with Stuart Hall: unravelling and resistance
John Clarke, Sally Davison
World makers of the Black Atlantic
Adom Getachew talks to Ashish Ghadiali