9 December, 2013
Category: Politics & Society
A series of photos telling the story of Oxford's changing urban landscape between two of its towers, Magdalen and Windrush.
28 October, 2013
George Monbiot's call for a "rewilding" of both ecosystems and the people that inhabit them is confused in it's vague definition of that term.
22 October, 2013
14 October, 2013
Luke Brunning finds that John A. Hall’s new thesis on the importance of being civil is a test of the reader’s civility itself.
24 June, 2013
There’s much to enjoy in the detail of this individualist tract, but the real virtue of pop feminism is polyphony.
She retains her haunting power, but the official life begins with a Thatcher more real than we might have imagined.
Stephanie Yorke comes face to face with an advert that underwrites economic inequality with family values.
The artist Ré Phillips explains the processes and the politics which have shaped the work in her first solo exhibition.
18 June, 2013
10 June, 2013
The prize which bears George Orwell's name pays no homage to the polemical principles which charged his work.