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Image Politics and the Art of Resistance in Syria (Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring 2012, pp. 135 – 148)
In what has quickly become one of the bloodiest and most protracted of the uprisings across the Arab world,...
9 Aug 2013
Female Poetic Resistance and the Afghan Landay [Review]
You sold me to an old man, father. May God destroy your home, I was your daughter.
3 Aug 2013
My Perspective: Documentary-maker, Alexander Papathanasiou, on Greece’s democratic crisis
(From left to right: Ilias Spyrakis and Kostas Kazakos)
3 Aug 2013
The Facts in the Ground: Archaeological resistance during Occupy Gezi
In Turkey, there appears to be a policy of illegal non-employment of archaeologists in order to ensure the...
29 Jun 2013
Propaganda: Power & Persuasion At The British Library (Review)
The British Library’s summer exhibition purports to focus on the development and use of propaganda in all its...
30 May 2013
State Crime in UK hip-hop: a soundtrack to the struggle
“This track is not an attack upon the American people. It is an attack upon the system in which they live. Since...
21 Apr 2013
Hungary’s Political Theatre: New Government Targets Artists
It is hard to imagine Nick Hytner getting the push from the National Theatre for political reasons. More than anything...
1 Mar 2013
Joy is Coming: Advertising, TV and an end to dictatorship in Chile
In 1988, after nearly 17 years of a brutal military dictatorship that killed over three thousand and arrested or exiled...
Literary Justice? Poems from Guantanamo Bay Prison Camp
The essay proposes a reading of a text by Shoshana Felman in conjunction with poems written by prisoners at Guantánamo...
16 Jan 2013
The Photography of Don McCullin
Don McCullin (now 77 years old) is the UK’s most celebrated war photographer. The Bafta-nominated documentary,...