Monthly Archives: May 2013

Accelerationist Politics

http://criticallegalthinking.com/2013/05/14/accelerate-manifesto-for-an-accelerationist-politics/ “Accelerationism pushes towards a future that is more modern, an alternative modernity that neoliberalism is inherently unable to generate.”

Accelerationist Politics

http://criticallegalthinking.com/2013/05/14/accelerate-manifesto-for-an-accelerationist-politics/ “Accelerationism pushes towards a future that is more modern, an alternative modernity that neoliberalism is inherently unable to generate.”

The Women Warriors of the Free Syrian Army

Originally posted on World:
Emerging from the shadows of their secret command outpost in the war-torn city of Aleppo, these members of an all-female fighting unit posed for portraits. Their testimony speaks of the wrenching violence of the now two-year-long…

The Women Warriors of the Free Syrian Army

Originally posted on World:
Emerging from the shadows of their secret command outpost in the war-torn city of Aleppo, these members of an all-female fighting unit posed for portraits. Their testimony speaks of the wrenching violence of the now two-year-long…

The Art of Lucy Rose Loewenberg

One of my good friends is studying Fine Art at Central St. Martins and she produces some really great art.  I encourage you to head over to her tumblr (http://www.lucyloewenberg.com/) and have a look – you won’t be disappointed!  I’ve supplied

The Art of Lucy Rose Loewenberg

One of my good friends is studying Fine Art at Central St. Martins and she produces some really great art.  I encourage you to head over to her tumblr (http://www.lucyloewenberg.com/) and have a look – you won’t be disappointed!  I’ve supplied

Place in ‘The Wanderer’ and Anglo-Saxon Elegy

In the frame of English literature, the term elegy has come to define a series of short poems found in the Exeter Book.  These poems, written across hundreds of years by unknown authors, written in differing styles, and many incomplete

Place in ‘The Wanderer’ and Anglo-Saxon Elegy

In the frame of English literature, the term elegy has come to define a series of short poems found in the Exeter Book.  These poems, written across hundreds of years by unknown authors, written in differing styles, and many incomplete

Role of Motherhood in ‘Muriel’s Wedding’ + ‘Samson and Delilah’

P.J. Hogan’s Muriel’s Wedding, and Warwick Thornton’s Samson and Delilah are forged in the furnace of motherhood.  Both films centre on characters deprived of the traditional, idealised notion of motherhood, in which a strong, caring mother successfully protects and nurtures

Role of Motherhood in ‘Muriel’s Wedding’ + ‘Samson and Delilah’

P.J. Hogan’s Muriel’s Wedding, and Warwick Thornton’s Samson and Delilah are forged in the furnace of motherhood.  Both films centre on characters deprived of the traditional, idealised notion of motherhood, in which a strong, caring mother successfully protects and nurtures

Geography, Identity and the Past in Toni Morrison’s ‘Song of Solomon’

Toni Morrison’s novel Song of Solomon revolves around the search for identity.  The desire to know oneself dominates the actions of the characters in the novel, and it is through their actions that an interconnectivity between the past, geography and

Geography, Identity and the Past in Toni Morrison’s ‘Song of Solomon’

Toni Morrison’s novel Song of Solomon revolves around the search for identity.  The desire to know oneself dominates the actions of the characters in the novel, and it is through their actions that an interconnectivity between the past, geography and

Vincenzo Lunardi – A Travel Writer and Aeronaut

Vincenzo Lunardi’s balloon flight from the grounds of London’s Honorable Artillery Company in 1784, was one of the first flights in the world and the first ascent into the English atmosphere.  This skyward exploration, a frontier largely foreign to man,

Vincenzo Lunardi – A Travel Writer and Aeronaut

Vincenzo Lunardi’s balloon flight from the grounds of London’s Honorable Artillery Company in 1784, was one of the first flights in the world and the first ascent into the English atmosphere.  This skyward exploration, a frontier largely foreign to man,