At Night All Blood is Black – David Diop

June 9, 2021
This remarkable novel fills in a forgotten chapter in the history of World War I. Blending oral storytelling traditions with the gritty, day-to-day, journalistic horror of life in the trenches, David Diop's At Night All Blood is Black is a dazzling tale of a man’s descent into madness.

Azadi – Arundhati Roy

April 4, 2021
In this series of electrifying essays, Arundhati Roy challenges us to reflect on the meaning of freedom in a world of growing authoritarianism.

Na Mestu Voljno

March 31, 2021
U Srbiji je opet pokrenuta debata o uvođenju obaveznog služenja vojnog roka. Gostujući na jednoj televiziji ministar odbrane Stefanović je izjavio da se o vojnom roku „ozbiljno razmišlja“.

World in Danger – Wolfgang Ischinger

March 23, 2021
Wolfgang Ischinger, a former German diplomat, offers a deceptively hopeful picture of future EU foreign policy. In his calls for a stronger Europe, Ischinger fails to realize the consequences this might have on the citizens of the EU and beyond.

Amnesty – Aravind Adiga

March 17, 2021
A riveting, suspenseful, and exuberant novel from the bestselling, Man Booker Prize–winning author about a young illegal immigrant who must decide whether to report crucial information about a murder—and thereby risk deportation.

In Your Face – Natasha Bakht

March 13, 2021
Muslim women who cover their faces with a veil arouse visceral reactions in people who, despite exposure to diverse ways of living through multicultural urban environments, seem to have fixed notions of how women ought to live the good life.

Mozambique’s Samora Machel – Allen and Barbara Isaacman

February 27, 2021
Allen and Barbara Isaacman tell the story of one of Africa's fiercest anti-colonial fighters, Samora Machel. They recount how Mozambique's experience of Portuguese colonialism shaped the political and intellectual development of a young man who fought to rid his country of exploitation and establish a free, just and equal society.

Spam – Lazar Pašćanović

February 22, 2021
Prevodiocu i glavnom junaku ovog romana u jednom trenutku počinju da stižu šifrovane poruke. Suočen sa nevidljivom opasnošću, protagonista kreće u lov na uljeza skrivenog u lavirintima teksta.

The Twittering Machine – Richard Seymour

February 15, 2021
The Twittering Machine is an unflinching view into the calamities of digital life: the circus of online trolling, flourishing alt-right subcultures, pervasive corporate surveillance, and the virtual data mines of Facebook and Google where we spend considerable portions of our free time.

Epidemic Illusions – Eugene T. Richardson

January 28, 2021
In Epidemic Illusions, Eugene Richardson, a physician and an anthropologist, contends that public health practices—from epidemiological modeling and outbreak containment to Big Data and causal inference—play an essential role in perpetuating a range of global inequities.

The Package King – Joe Allen

January 22, 2021
The Package King tears down the Brown Wall surrounding one of America's most admired companies-United Parcel Service (UPS). How did a company that began as a bicycle messenger service in Seattle, Washington become a global behemoth? Allen reveals the damage that UPS wrought in its rise to power and how

Can’t Pay Won’t Pay – Debt Collective

January 19, 2021
As isolated individuals, debtors have little influence. But as a bloc, we can leverage our debts and devise new tactics to challenge the corporate creditor class and help win reparative, universal public goods. Individually, our debts overwhelm us. But together, our debts can make us powerful - says the Debt

Veličina Sveta – Branko Anđić

January 13, 2021
Svet je nakad veći, a nekad manji, širi i uži, dublji i plići. Njegove dimenzije zavise od komodifikacije društvenih odnosa i potrošačkog iskustva pripovedača koja predstavljaju njegova fragmentirana sećanja na svog oca i sina. Kompresujući vreme i prostor u uokviren doživljaj, pripovedač stvara mozaik od 17 delova koje samo on
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