Angela Mitropoulos (@Mitropoulos_A)

Angela Mitropoulos is a Sydney-based academic, the author of Contract & Contagion: From Biopolitics to Oikonomia (2012), and has written on precariousness, borders and welfare policy over many years. Her current research project is ‘Infrastructure and Uncommon Forms’.


Workers of the World Unite

The use of Marx to justify nationalist leftism is a well worn genre. This explores the falsehoods this always rests on, including both empirical data on migration and their misreadings of Marx.

The rise of N-UBIs (non-universal basic incomes) and a national-populist ‘commons’

While Labour's new UBI report is focused on one policy, it is also informed by long-simmering debates over the meaning, definitions and implications of ‘the commons which limit its universality.

Workers of the World Unite

The use of Marx to justify nationalist leftism is a well worn genre. This explores the falsehoods this always rests on, including both empirical data on migration and their misreadings of Marx.

The rise of N-UBIs (non-universal basic incomes) and a national-populist ‘commons’

While Labour's new UBI report is focused on one policy, it is also informed by long-simmering debates over the meaning, definitions and implications of ‘the commons which limit its universality.