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New in November 2014: collages for Remembrance Day, and book chapter about Helen Lowe.

New Uploads:  For Remembrance Day, I have added links to collages I have made using two of  Wilfrid Gibson’s antiwar poems , Armistice Day 1932, and The Victors. Text only versions of the poems here. The Spirit of Resistance: Helen Lowe, 1944-2011 is now available on this site. This short chapter from  Women Against Fundamentalism: … Continue reading New in November 2014: collages for Remembrance Day, and book chapter about Helen Lowe.

New in October 2014: Part Two of Anarchism and Feminism in the 1970s

New Upload: I have now added extracts from four more  interviews to  Anarchism and Feminism: voices from the seventies. Women activists discuss anarchism, feminism, and the relationship between the personal and the political: Marie : I think we have to change what anarchism is. Angela: Acting non-hierarchically affects every part of our lives. Ruth: I … Continue reading New in October 2014: Part Two of Anarchism and Feminism in the 1970s

New in September 2014: Anarchism and Feminism in the 1970s, plus new publication.

New Upload: Women activists discuss anarchism, feminism, and the relationship between the personal and the political, in extracts from interviews carried out in 1977. Part One of Anarchism and Feminism: voices from the seventies includes: Notes towards an introduction Susan:  I really believe in a basic anarchism in all women, because of their experiences. Rose:  … Continue reading New in September 2014: Anarchism and Feminism in the 1970s, plus new publication.

New in August 2014: Nonviolence and Antimilitarism

The new section on Nonviolence and Antimilitarism  launches with a small selection of links and resources relating specifically to antimilitarism, including poems, photographs, and interviews. The section will gradually be expanded, so watch this space!

New in July 2014: article on Wilfrid and Elizabeth Gibson, plus resources on Antimilitarism.

I’ve just uploaded my most recent article, Wilfrid and Elizabeth Gibson: Art for Life’s Sake? Politics, Religion and Poetry. Committed to ‘Art for Life’s Sake’, both poets wrote about suffering, injustice and social responsibility. Similarities and differences in their beliefs show in the form and content of their work. And as the commemorations of the … Continue reading New in July 2014: article on Wilfrid and Elizabeth Gibson, plus resources on Antimilitarism.

What’s New: Latest uploads, a recent publication, and tributes to Helen Lowe.

New articles uploaded: Sexual Anarchy, Anarchophobia and Dangerous Desires. (2011) How are ideas of sexual and political dangerousness connected? How can we challenge the polarization between academics and activists, theory and practice, and find new ways of propagating ideas? From the Wilderness to the Beloved City: Elizabeth Gibson Cheyne. (2012) ‘Gautama of India, Jesus of … Continue reading What’s New: Latest uploads, a recent publication, and tributes to Helen Lowe.