Jeremy Gilbert is Professor of Cultural and Political Theory, a writer, researcher and activist based at the University of East London. His most recent book is Common Ground. See jeremygilbert.org for more information, or follow @jemgilbert.
Antisemitism, cosmopolitanism and the politics of Labour’s ‘old’ and ‘new’ right-wings
The determination of the Labour Right to focus on ‘left antisemitism’ reveals as much about the Labour Right’s...
Published in: HomePsychedelic socialism
Acid communism? Psychedelic Corbynism? Freak left? Call it what you will – but re-infuse endeavours with a spirit of...
An epochal election: welcome to the era of platform politics
In an era characterised by reversibility, platform capitalism is producing newly discernible forms of aggregation...
Forty years of failure: how to challenge the narrative of Hard Brexit
Labour needs to tell people a clear and convincing story about what has happened to Britain since the 1970s if it is...
A hijack or a mutiny? Labour, leadership and the left
Labour is an increasingly uneasy alliance between a parliamentary party and its membership base. Who can claim to...
Is Momentum a mob? No – this is what democracy looks like
A few unpleasant incidents are being highlighted to undermine a huge, peaceful, democratic movement.