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!
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.
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.
Welcome to my newly updated website. The original, now archived by the British Library, was inspired, created and maintained by the late Helen Lowe. This new version, developed by Steve Dowding, is dedicated to her memory. New sections in development: Links and resources provides a selection of links to groups, activists and researchers in … Continue reading Welcome: what’s new