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Soundings - Issue 70 (Winter 2018): Telling Political Stories

Soundings offers committed, informed and thoughtful writing on a wide range of contemporary political and cultural debates. Founded twenty years ago by Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin, its current editior is Sally Davison. In this issue:

‘1968’ and the politics of memory – Phil Cohen
Antisemitism, anti-racism and the Labour Party – Richard Kuper, Brendan McGeever, Lynne Segal and Nira Yuval-Davis, in discussion with Jamie Hakim and Ben Little
Narratives of sustainability: a lesson from Indonesia – Bernice Maxton-Lee
Dependence – Sarah Benton
Why Churchill still matters: the power of the past and the postponement of the future – Gerry Hassan
London’s nocturnal queer geographies – Ben Campkin and Laura Marshall
Death by a thousand cuts: the story of privatising public education in the USA- Joanne Barkan
Two poems by Jennifer Lee Tsai
Reviews by David Featherstone, Daryl Leeworthy
Mind the gap: the neoliberal assault on further, adult and vocational education – Norman Lucas
The future of mental health services: the organising challenge ahead – Elizabeth Cotton
Survival Surgery: annex to The future of mental health services: the organising challenge ahead – Elizabeth Cotton

Publisher: Laurence & Wishart / ISBN: 9781912064229
Author: Soundings
Medium: Magazine

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