The National library is pleased to announce the availability of New Left Review. This journal is published every two months from London. If you are interested in world politics, social theory, or contemporary art, New Left Review is a great resource to explore. It carries articles, interviews, topical comments, and runs a regular book review section.
The journal has been published since 1960 and cardholders of the National Library (BnL) have access to all articles published from the very first to the current issue.
Link to New Left Review on a-z.lu
Direct link to the New Left Review
Two examples from the New Left Review: A great portrait of Jean-Claude Juncker “Homo Europus” from issue 120 or Wolfgang Streek’s account of the financial crisis of 2008 which was called “the most powerful description of what has gone wrong in western societies” in the Financial Times.