Wages for Housework changed how we see women’s work forever. In this blog, Louise Toupin and Silvia Federici discuss the campaign, examining its trajectories and its relevance for the revolutionary feminist movement today.
Ben Gummer, a former UK health secretary, now an Oxford history don, wrote a decade ago about the impact of the fourteenth century Black Death. The pandemic, however dreadful, will soon be forgotten by policymakers. […]
How the US and Germany reached that tank deal. Amid growing discord, a new proposal and a week of nonstop negotiations finally resolved the dispute, as Germany relented on Leopards and the US pledged (eventually) […]
The industry has exploded, driven largely by European climate policies and subsidies that reward burning wood, even as an increasing number of scientists call out what they see as a dangerous carbon accounting loophole that […]