Articles by: Emma Fajgenbaum

Author Biography:

Emma Fajgenbaum is an editor at Jacobin and Phenomenal World.

Which Family?

US-based queer theorist Sophie Lewis returns the family to political critique by refurbishing arguments against it for a new generation, but ultimately offers the reader few resources to spotlight some pathway towards the future.

Informit: Who’s afraid of Jeremy Corbyn?

The UK Labour Party and accusations of anti-Semitism The characterisation of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party as anti-Semitic has summoned a dark cloud over one of the brightest spots on the British political landscape. According to the allegations, on Corbyn's watch the Labour Party has been marred by anti-Jewish bigotry, even transformed, in the words of the Guardian's deputy editor, Jonathan Freedland, into a 'cold house for Jews'. Any truth to this charge would of course…

Informit: Vanished Bohemia [Book Review]

Review(s) of: Half the perfect world: Writers, dreamers and drifters on Hydra, 1955-1964, by Paul Genoni and Tanya Dalziell, (Monash University Press, 2018).