The Anthem Series on Politics and Society After Work publishes scholarly interdisciplinary work on the creation of empowering post-work societies locally and globally, seeking to better critically understand how technology can liberate individuals and lead to more emancipatory social, organisational, and inter-personal relationships while also transforming the everyday practices and deeper ideologies our current neoliberal status quo. The series focuses on the different political, cultural and institutional arrangements and perspectives associated with the move toward a potential “post-work” economy.

Series Editor
Peter Bloom – The Open University, UK

Editorial Board
Charles Barthold – The Open University, UK
Emma Bell – The Open University, UK
Deborah Brewis – The University of Bath, UK
Jo Brewis – The Open University, UK
Steven Brown – The Open University, UK
Alessia Contu – University of Massachusetts, USA
Peter Fleming – University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Martin Parker – Bristol University, UK
Allison Pullen – Macquarie University, Australia
Cinzia Priola – The Open University, UK
Owain Smolovic-Jones – The Open University, UK
Simon Springer – University of Newcastle, Australia
Sheena Vacchani – Bristol University, UK

Proposals
We welcome submissions of proposals for challenging and original works from emerging and established scholars that meet the criteria of our series. We make prompt editorial decisions. Our titles are published in print and e-book editions and are subject to peer review by recognized authorities in the field. Should you wish to send in a proposal, please contact us at: proposal@anthempress.com.

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Prometheus and Gaia

By Harrison Fluss & Landon Frim

£80.00, $125.00  Hardback

November 2021

The Inner World of Research

By Stefan Svallfors, Translated by Neil Betteridge

£25.00, $40.00  Paperback

June 2021

£80.00, $125.00  Hardback

February 2020

The Inner World of Research

By Stefan Svallfors, Translated by Neil Betteridge

£80.00, $125.00  Hardback

February 2020

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