Brad Evans writing is focus of media interview by Russell Brand.
Jan 5th 2022
Coauthored article with Chantal Meza "Violence & Abstraction" published in Symploke.
Dec 1st 2021
"Beautiful Chaos: The Passion of Maradona" published in The Philosophical Salon.
Nov 22nd 2021
"Hermoso caos: la pasión de Maradona". Published in new book on phenomena of Diego Maradona.
Oct 30th 2021
Ebook of "When the Towers Fell" on 9/11 now published by LA Review of Books.
Sept 12th 2021
"Sorry Twitter: It wasnt personal. It was political. Article published in Counterpunch.
July 25th 2021
"Ecce Humanitas: Beholding the Pain of Humanity". New book published with Columbia University Press
July 1st 2021
Art from the future! Coauthored article with Chantal Meza published in The Philosophical Salon.
April 5th 2021
Brad Evans co-curated book "Conversations On Violence is Published by Pluto Press.
March 21st 2021
Co-authored article published in nY on the relationship between violence & peace.
Feb 2nd 2021
Inaugural guest on the new "Thinkers Dialogue" podcast discussing violence and society.
January 2nd 2021
Feature guest on TRT World the Newsmakers discussing the year in review.
December 21st 2020
Article published in the Times (UK) discussing the education of white working class boys.
October 28th 2020
Feature guest on TRT Newsmakers along with Simon Critchley discussing the pandemic.
May 20th 2020
Feature interview with Brad Evans in Wales Arts Review.
Brad Evans makes his latest appearance on Russell Brand's Under the Skin
Nov 27th 2021
Translation of The Aesthetics of the Void featured in Chinese Confucius magazine.
Nov 17th 2021
Appearance on "Another World is Podable" discussing Ecce Humanitas book.
Oct 2nd 2021
"When the Towers Fell" symposia curated by Brad Evans on 20th anniversary of 9/11
Sept 11th 2021
Discussion given at Global Centre for Technology in Humanities at Kyung Hee University, South Korea.
July 21st 2021
"Violence in a Post-Liberal World" essay published in the edited book "Amidst the Debris"
June 10th 2021
Conversation in LARB series on "Apocalypse now" with critical philosopher Srecko Horvat.
Conversation in LARB series on "Violence, Power & Privilege" with Harvard Professor, Vincent Brown.
March 1st 2021
Media Article published in Counterpunch on the relationship between Trump and tech giants.
Jan 12th 2021
The Quarantine files is the 2nd most read feature/article for the LA Review of Books in 2020!
January 1st 2020
Academic article titled "The Shame of Being Human" published in Journal of Literary Studies.
December 1st 2020
Conversation in LARB series on violence with author and activist Fatima Bhutto.
August 3rd 2020
Brad Evans brings together 25 leading thinkers and artists for the LARB Quarantine files.
April 14th 2020
Article "Outrageous: Defending the Art of Free Expression" published in New Perspectives.
Jan 1st 2022
The essay "Beautiful Chaos" translated and featured online in Russian magazine.
Nov 26th 2021
Review of "Ecce Humanitas" by James Martel published in LA Review of Books.
Oct 31st 2021
"The Comedy Divine" on 700th anniversary of Dantes death. Published in LA Review of Books.
Sept 14th 2021
Appearance on "LeftAnchor" discussing latest book "Ecce Humanitas"
August 21st 2021
Appearance on "This is Hell" discussing latest book "Ecce Humanitas"
July 13th 2021
"Portraits of Violence" Critical Reflections on the Graphic Novel" published in Sociologica.
May 26th 2021
New Chapter on the work of Paul Virilio & technology published in book 'Dromologie"
March 22nd 2021
In collaboration with Heni Talks, Brad Evans narrates an educational film on "Degenerate Art"
Feb 15th 2021
Article published in Times Higher Education on cultural wars on university campuses.
January 4th 2021
Conversation in LARB series on violence with renowned artist Isaac Cordal.
December 28th 2020
Academic article titled 'American Fascism: Fourteen Deadly Principles" published in journal Symploke.
November 1st 2020
Academic article titled 'Myths of Violence" published in Journal of Humanitarian Affairs.
August 1st 2020
Guest on Russell Brand's podcast "Under the Skin" discussing the start of the global pandemic.
March 24th 2020