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.
An introduction to Common Ground: Democracy and Collectivity in an Age of Individualism.
A tribute to Stuart Hall
Jeremy Gilbert reflects on the life and work of Stuart Hall, who died Monday aged 82.
Published in: HomeNeoliberal networks: a response to William Davies
The question of how these two disparate logics - network sociality and neoliberal competitive individualism - relate...
The Value of Culture (a reluctant tribute to the BBC)
As a cultural studies scholar, Jeremy Gilbert was sharpening his daggers for Melvyn Bragg well before his BBC...
Capitalism, creativity and the crisis in the music industry
As online networks and file sharing alter the parameters of the music industry, the tension between commerce and...
Moving on from the Market Society: culture (and cultural studies) in a post-democratic age
The politics of the market has given us individual freedoms, but inhibited any potent form of collectivity. We...