Jonathan Rutherford

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Jonathan Rutherford
Born Jonathan Andrew Rutherford
(1956-03-13) 13 March 1956 (age 61)
United Kingdom
Academic background
School or tradition Cultural studies
Academic work
Main interests Blue Labour school of thought within the British Labour Party

Jonathan Andrew Rutherford (born 13 March 1956),[1] is an academic who is a Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Middlesex.[2] Within British politics Rutherford is associated with the Blue Labour school of thought within the British Labour Party,[3] and has been described as one of its "leading thinkers".[4]

Selected bibliography[edit]

Books[edit]

Chapters in books[edit]

  • Rutherford, Jonathan (1988), "Who's that man", in Rutherford, Jonathan; Chapman, Rowena, Male order: unwrapping masculinity, London: Lawrence and Wishart, pp. 21–67, ISBN 9780853156901. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan (2003), "What is impossible? Cultural studies in the knowledge economy", Mediactive 1, Lawrence and Wishart, pp. 37–55. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan (2005), "Ghosts: heritage and the shape of things to come", in Littler, Jo; Naidoo, Roshi, The politics of heritage: the legacies of ‘race', London New York: Routledge, pp. 82–93, ISBN 9780415322119. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan; Cruddas, Jon (2009), "Return to society", in Harrington, Peter; Burks, Beatrice Karol, What next for Labour? Ideas for progressive left: a collection of essays, Demos, pp. 19–24, ISBN 9781906693176. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan; Cruddas, Jon (2010), "The common table", in Williams, Rowan; Elliott, Larry, Crisis and recovery ethics, economics and justice, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 54–76, ISBN 9780230252141. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan; Cruddas, Jon (2011), "Common life ethics, class, community", in Pabst, Adrian, The crisis of global capitalism: Pope Benedict XVI's social encyclical and the future of political economy, Oregon, USA: Wipf and Stock Publishers, pp. 237–254, ISBN 9781608993680. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan; Meyer, Henning (2012), "Introduction: building the good society", in Rutherford, Jonathan; Meyer, Henning, The future of European social democracy: building the good society, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 3–12, ISBN 9780230290938. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan (2012), "Dispossession", in Rutherford, Jonathan; Meyer, Henning, The future of European social democracy: building the good society, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 137–151, ISBN 9780230290938. 
  • Rutherford, Jonathan; Meyer, Henning (2012), "Conclusion: the way ahead", in Rutherford, Jonathan; Meyer, Henning, The future of European social democracy: building the good society, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 195–197, ISBN 9780230290938. 

Journal articles[edit]

News articles[edit]

Papers[edit]

  • Rutherford, Jonathan (2008) Well-being, economic growth and social recession. Discussion Paper. Sustainable Development Commission, London.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rutherford, Jonathan". Library of Congress. Retrieved 3 March 2015. data sheet (Jonathan Andrew Rutherford; b. 13.07.1956) 
  2. ^ "Profile: Jonathan Rutherford". The Guardian. Retrieved 3 March 2015. 
  3. ^ Katwala, Sunder (2 July 2011). "So, what is blue Labour?" (blog). Next Left. Fabian Society. Retrieved 3 March 2015. 
  4. ^ Rutherford, Jonathan; Finlayson, Alan (18 July 2011). "What is Blue Labour? An interview with Jonathan Rutherford". openDemocracy (Our Kingdom). Retrieved 3 March 2015.