Reviews

Dead Zone: Where the Wild things were

Alan Thornett reviews Philip Lymbery’s important new book from Bloomsbury (2017) Bloomsbury Publishers, who published Elizabeth Kolberts The Sixth Extinction in 2014 [...]

2nd May 2017 // 0 Comments

This bright life will come

Travelling to the British Library’s impressive and unmissable Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy, Myths exhibition, I read an article on Putin’s government’s [...]

30th April 2017 // 0 Comments

Mad to be Normal

Ian Parker diagnoses what is wrong with this film: A new film about R D Laing should be something for the left to watch and learn from, about the politics of madness and the [...]

27th April 2017 // 0 Comments

Black, female and hidden from history

Review of Hidden Figures (2017) Directed by Theodore Melfi, starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe by Dave Kellaway We go from being our father’s [...]

24th February 2017 // 0 Comments

Stalin’s artistic counter-revolution 

Revolution: Russian Art 1917–1932 – An exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London 11 February —17 April 2017 (£16, £12 concessions) It’s one of [...]

13th February 2017 // 0 Comments

Brothers in power

Return to the Shadows: The Muslim Brotherhood and An-Nahda since the Arab Spring, Saqi, 2016 £16.99 reviewed by Farooq Suleheria  The phenomenon of the Muslim Brotherhood [...]

11th February 2017 // 0 Comments

How will capitalism end?

Jane Shallice reviews How will capitalism end? by Wolfgang Streek. Published by Verso Books, October 2016, 272 pages   Which socialist could resist a book with such [...]

10th February 2017 // 0 Comments

A book to whet the appetite

W E Du Bois: Revolutionary across the colour line by Bill V Mullen published by Pluto Press, 2016, £12.99 Reviewed by Veronica Fagan I didn’t know a very much about W.E.B. [...]

1st February 2017 // 1 Comment

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