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Here and Now #13

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Issue 13 of Here and Now with articles about the NHS, serial killers, Fordism, reviews and more.

Here and Now #11

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Issue 11 of Here and Now, with articles about professionalism, health, social work, culture and more.

Here and Now #10

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Issue 10 of Here and Now from 1990 with articles about Euromania, the politics of panic and more.

Here and Now #09

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Issue 9 of Here and Now with articles about the poll tax, Charter 88, situationist capers at the ICA and more.

Talking to architects - Colin Ward

Talking to architects - Colin Ward

Ten lectures delivered to professional audiences by Colin Ward gathered over a period of 20 years. The talks explore trends and concepts within the architectural world and discuss attempts by both non-professionals and those within the architectural industries to challenge dominant narratives of the built environment.

Here and Now #05

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Issue of Here and Now, some 1987 with articles about art and fashion, new social movements, the commodity and more.

Here and Now #04

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Issue 4 of Here and Now with articles about libertarian municipalism and more.

PKK, Democratic Confederalism, and Nonsense – Juraj Katalenac

We publish here a critical text about PKK and the “Democratic Confederalism” (which we have translated into French and Czech) from militants who mainly express themselves in Croatian and gave to their structure the name Svjetska Revolucija (“World Revolution”). We don’t know much about this group and it is linguistically difficult for us to further deepen our knowledge of their programmatic positions.
http://www.autistici.org/tridnivalka/pkk-democratic-confederalism-and-nonsense/

Dewi Bowln: Merthyr Rising

A collection of images by Dewi Bowlen about the Merthyr rising.

1831: the Merthyr Rising and Dic Penderyn

An account of an brief uprising in South Wales in 1831 and the fate of Richard Lewis, known as Dic Penderyn. The uprising was the largest outbreak of working class resistance in Britain during industrialisation and was the first time the Red Flag was used as a symbol of rebellion.