BY Elian Glaser
Politics as we know it is dead. Populism is disrupting established democracies everywhere. Anti-politicians are taking office. The public is thoroughly depoliticised. Yet the political Right grows ever stronger.
Postpolitics argues that public anger has been diverted away from economic power and onto politics itself. It calls on the Left to avoid the trap of postpolitics: to rescue, reclaim, and reinvent political narratives, political institutions, and political authority for new times.
Postpolitics will be published on May 2018. Pre-orders are available at Amazon UK / Hive / Amazon US / Barnes & Noble / Indiebound.
On sale: May 2018
Paperback ISBN: 9781912248117 ($14.95 US // $16.95 CAN)
eBook ISBN: 9781912248124 ($8.90 US &CAN)
About the author…
Eliane Glaser is a writer and BBC Radio producer and broadcaster. She is also a senior lecturer at Bath Spa University and an associate research fellow at Birkbeck, University of London. Her books include Get Real: How to See Through the Hype, Spin and Lies of Modern Life (Fourth Estate, 2013), which is about how political and financial elites legitimise themselves by co-opting authenticity, people-power, grassroots localism and progressive ideals. She writes opinion pieces for the Guardian, the New Statesman and the Independent, among others.