Onni Gust discusses curating the ‘Threads of Empire’ exhibition at the University of Nottingham and the politics of culture.
Histories of the Present
Gareth Stedman Jones reflects on the history of referenda, and the ways they can be used to bring about unconstitutional or unscrupulous changes in government.
Protesters from the US, UK, Canada and Ireland reflect on the Women’s March of 21 January 2017.
Australia’s policy of exclusion towards families who have a disabled child has meant the break-up and deportation of families.
Stephen Heathorn explores what the rise of the far right, authoritarianism and fascism looks like in the 21st century, as opposed to the 1930s.
An outspoken free press is one of the great obstacles to demagogues, who prefer simplistic propaganda to open public debate.
Protestors from around the world share their thoughts and experiences of the Women’s March, 21 January 2017.
January 21, 2017 witnessed the largest one-day protest led by women that the world has ever seen. We want to help preserve the spirit, energy, hope and optimism of that day by asking those who attended the march to submit their thoughts, impressions and memories of the day.
How can the Freudian tradition of mass psychology help us understand use of the term “populism”?
We have to rethink history. We have to question it and change paradigms to make our national history more inclusive.