New Formations Volume 2020 Issue 100-101

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Editorial, pages ‑
Jeremy Gilbert lock_openFree to download

Automated Neoliberalism? The Digital Organisation of Markets in Technoscientific Capitalism, pages ‑
Kean Birch lock_openFree to download

The corporatisation of education: Bureaucracy, boredom, and transformative possibilities, pages ‑
Millicent Churcher, Debra Talbot lock_openFree to download

The Expansion of Prevent: On the Politics of Legibility, Opacity and Decolonial Critique, pages ‑
Justin Cruickshank

Neoliberal capitalism’s bureaucracies of 'governance', pages ‑
Oliver Davis lock_openFree to download

The Bureaucratic Vocation: State/ Office/Ethics, pages ‑
Paul du Gay

Towards a Bureaucracy of the Body, pages ‑
Mark Featherstone

Hayek Shrugged: Why Bureaucracy Didn't Die Under Neoliberalism But Boomed Instead, pages ‑
Peter Fleming

Bright Grey: The Political Dialectic of Bureaucratic Boredom, pages ‑
Nicholas Holm

Living with ambivalence: bureaucracy, antistatism and 'progressive' politics, pages ‑
Janet Newman

Bureaucracy as Politics in Action in Parks and Recreation, pages ‑
Holly Randell-Moon, Arthur J Randell

The Paradox of Neoliberal Education Bureaucracy and Hysterical Resistance: The Case of New Zealand Schooling, pages ‑
Leon Salter

The Bureaucratic Making of Disability, pages ‑
Tanya Titchkosky lock_openFree to download

Reviews, pages ‑
Ekin Erkan, Bethan Michael-Fox lock_openFree to download

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