Tag Archives: Round-up

Housmans events: audio and video

Over the years a number of different people have been recording and videoing debates and events that take place in Housmans bookshop on Caledonian Road. I thought I’d try to draw them all into one place… that place may move … Continue reading

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Mapping work in the UK

Over the last twelve months or so there have been some very interesting, modest little pieces on the specific experience of work. Partly for my own reference and partly because they are worth highlighting I thought I’d list them here. … Continue reading

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Eleven background snippets on Ukraine

Like many of you I know a lot more about Ukraine today than I tend a few months ago. To follow up on my round-up of articles on current events I thought I’d add a few factoids I’ve learned about … Continue reading

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Crisis in the Ukraine (round-up)

Links and articles from the last few days that you may find useful on the situation in the Ukraine. News Suhail Ilyas has a ‘Sunday morning’ round-up of a fast moving situation. Alex Callinicos writes what I think is a level-headed analysis on … Continue reading

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Five links on pornography (and one extra)

Five links on pornography – no theory, just interesting information and sometimes useful articles; A study of 10,000 porn actors, revealing surprising results, with infographics, breakdown of tastes and what porn stars really look like (it’s not how you think) – jon … Continue reading

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Five links: news from Greens around the world

What’s been going on with Greens around the world in last week or so? The national chair and co-founder of Iceland’s ruling Green Left Movement has stepped down. He’s to continue as an MP and was first elected 30 ago … Continue reading

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Five Pieces on Sexuality

I wanted to point out a few pieces I’d read recently (although some weren’t written that recently) on sexuality that I thought were well worth reading; I’m a growing fan of Ally Fogg who I’ve only recently “noticed”. Here he … Continue reading

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Five Great Reads

In my continuing series on posts that are well worth reading – here are five gems worth taking out for a polish. As usual these are often longer reads;   Kate Belgrave has been consistently doing phenomenal reporting on the … Continue reading

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The SWP crisis: accounts and resources

* updates at end of post, generally most recent last * I hadn’t really intended to write anything on this. So I won’t. However, lots of other people have and many of those contributions have been articulate, intelligent and go … Continue reading

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Five Great Reads

Five articles that are well worth a look; The war waged on women, in postcards: Collectors Weekly has a fascinating look at anti-Suffragette postcards of the era. Watch out men your trousers are under threat! Why we need a minority movement … Continue reading

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