Jeremy Seabrook

Jeremy Seabrook was born in Northampton, England in 1939. Early on in his career, he was both a teacher and a social worker. During this time he was also a lecturer for the Workers' Educational Association and the Working Men's College. He became an associate honorary fellow at the University of Bradford's Department of Peace Studies 1995 to 1998 and an associate at the Institute of Race Relations, UK, from 2004 onwards. He has made several documentaries for BBC radio and TV on social, environmental and developmental issues. Since 1963, Seabrook has written for publications including: New Society, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, New Statesman, New Internationalist, Race and Class, Third World Resurgence, Third World Network and others. He has also written over 40 books.

 

Jeremy Seabrook, Pioneers of Change: Experiments in Creating a Humane Society. New Society Publishers (Philadelphia) & Zed Books (London) 1993. (Suomeksi)

Jeremy Seabrook, Myth of the Market: Promises & Illusions. Green Books 1990.

Jeremy Seabrook, The Leisure Society. Basil Blackwell 1988.

Trevor Blackwell & Jeremy Seabrook, The Politics of Hope. Faber & Faber 1988.



Pauper management by G4S, Serco and Atos is inspired by a punitive past, The Guardian, 25 November 2013

Celibacy in an intensively sexualised world is a curious anomaly, The Guardian, 3 March 2013

The language of labouring reveals its tortured roots, The Guardian, 14 January 2013

Cameron's attack on the 'feckless poor' has a very long history, The Guardian, 26 June 2012

England: land of hope and defeat, The Guardian/Comment is free, 28 June 2010

The spectre of laissez-faire stalks Britain, The Guardian/Comment is free, 20 June 2010

Cumbria shootings are not just 'inexplicable', The Guardian/Comment is free, 5 June 2010

The Fugitive Humanity of City Spaces, Share The World's Resources, 5 March 2010

Our Haiti hypocrisy, The Guardian/Comment is free, 19 January 2010

Convenient myth of the elderly hedonist, The Guardian/Comment is free, 12 January 2010

Stop capitalism defining human nature, The Guardian/Comment is free, 24 September 2009

The right loves rationing but only if you can pay, The Guardian/Comment is free, 16 August 2009

Libya is paying the price for western repentence, The Guardian/Comment is free, 13 August 2009

A false economy of knowledge, The Guardian/Comment is free, 4 August 2009

Stop the carry-on up the Khyber, The Guardian/Comment is free, 24 July 2009

Myths of Victorian squalor, The Guardian/Comment is free, 12 July 2009

Emblem of distorted youth, The Guardian/Comment is free, 26 June 2009

Reinventing politics, The Guardian/Comment is free, 31 May 2009

This is about modernisers, not MPs, The Guardian/Comment is free, 18 May 2009

We are all as bad as our errant MPs, The Guardian/Comment is free, 11 May 2009

The BNP can hurt Labour in its heartlands, The Guardian/Comment is free, 9 May 2009

An epic recession, The Guardian/Comment is free, 14 April 2009

G20: The protests herald liberation, The Guardian/Comment is free, 2 April 2009

Time for Gandhi's 'true economics', The Guardian/Comment is free, 26 March 2009

Betraying India's poor, The Guardian/Comment is free, 29 January 2009

Made of sterling stuff, The Guardian/Comment is free, 21 January 2009

Pope against hope, The Guardian/Comment is free, 24 December 2008

An untenanted heart, The Guardian/Comment is free, 21 December 2008

The Refuge and the Fortress: Britain and the Flight from Tyranny by John Dugdale, The Guardian, 13 December 2008

Fundamentally flawed, The Guardian/Comment is free, 23 November 2008

The fortress Britain myth, The Guardian, 18 November 2008

Win some, lose some, The Guardian/Comment is free, 5 November 2008

How New Labour sold itself short, The Guardian/Comment is free, 17 September 2008

Who's to blame for market failure? Clue: not the bankers, The Guardian/Comment is free, 15 September 2008

The poor: a future foretold, The Guardian/Comment is free, 10 August 2008

Obama and the illusion of leadership, The Guardian/Comment is free, 27 July 2008

Glasgow East revealed the empty heart of New Labour, The Guardian/Comment is free, 25 July 2008

Slash-and-burn economics caused the blade crimewave, The Guardian/Comment is free, 15 July 2008

Consuming passions, The Guardian/Comment is free, 10 June 2008

Cameron's contradictions, The Guardian/Comment is free, 4 June 2008

Dazzled by false colours, The Guardian/Comment is free, 28 May 2008

The politics of impotence, The Guardian/Comment is free, 17 May 2008

Richly undeserved, The Guardian/Comment is free, 13 May 2008

Disappearing the poor, The Guardian/Comment is free, 9 April 2008

The poverty of nations, The Guardian/Comment is free, 10 February 2008

 

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