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Arts & Culture

  • Anti-Capitalism

    Revolutions in Reverse

    Essays on Politics, Violence, Art, and Imagination Capitalism as we know it appears to be coming apart. But as financial institutions stagger and crumble, there […]

    Mike Small 4th Nov'11 0
  • Arts & Culture

    No More Bling on the Bone

    Opening Kandinsky in Govan: Art, Spirituality, and the Future, at the Pearce Institute, curator Alastair McIntosh cited Damien Hirst’s piece ‘For the Love of God’ […]

    Dougie Strang 30th Oct'11 3
  • Anti-Capitalism

    Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?

      The distinctly un-Christian attempts to evict the Occupy London Stock Exchange protesters from outside St Paul’s Cathedral have been an eye-opener, revealing ungodly facets […]

    Kevin Williamson 27th Oct'11 6
  • Arts & Culture

    Kandinsky in Govan

    Wassily Kandinsky (1866 – 1944) was a Russian painter, printmaker and art theorist, so what’s he doing in Govan? Alastair McIntosh, the organiser of the […]

    Mike Small 18th Oct'11 4
  • Anti-Capitalism

    Us Unemployed Expendable Youth

    And there are those that say we should stop talking about Thatcher…

    Fiona MacInnes 16th Oct'11 6
  • Anti-Capitalism
    Mike Small 5th Oct'11 6
  • Arts & Culture

    From John Maclean to Tahrir Square?

    Internationalism From Below – from John Maclean to Tahrir Square? Talks, films and discussion with: Allan Armstrong, Unity, Maud Bracke, Camcorder Guerillas and Deryck de […]

    Mike Small 4th Oct'11 0
  • Anarchism

    New Organisational Forms

    One thing that helped a lot was a smattering of people from Spain and Greece and Tunisia who had been doing this sort of thing […]

    Mike Small 3rd Oct'11 2
  • Arts & Culture

    For Scottish Democracy

    ‘Democracy’ is a term that has become tattered and bandied about, it has come to inhabit a similar terrain to words like ‘family’, ‘fairness’, and […]

    Mike Small 29th Sep'11 1
  • Arts & Culture
    Mike Small 29th Sep'11 0
  • Arts & Culture

    Cybermen v Cybernats?

    Alan Cochrane of the Telegraph has written that: “This commentator once, foolishly as it now turns out, suggested that Mr Murphy, a recent past Secretary […]

    Mike Small 24th Sep'11 13
  • Arts & Culture

    Free Ride

    Is ubiquitous free content killing our culture?

    Mike Small 21st Sep'11 0
  • Arts & Culture

    Orwell was Wrong (just occasionally)

    I have been an Orwell obsessive since I was 11 years old when I read Down & Out in Paris & London. I was obviously […]

    Michael Greenwell 15th Sep'11 19
  • Anti-Capitalism

    The Importance of Nation

    This extract from The Importance of Nation by Jim and Margaret Cuthbert is published over at Scottish Left Review (go here for the full article). […]

    Jim CuthbertMargaret Cuthbert 11th Sep'11 2

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