Monthly Archives: September 2016

Progressives should accept Corbyn’s triumph – it’s the price of democracy


(The Conversation UK, 28 September 2016) Matthew Wood Lecturer in Politics, University of Sheffield The political theorist Jacques Rancière once wrote that we know truly political moments by their inherent instability. “The political”, he wrote, is, in its purest form, … Continue reading

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Alex Danchev obituary


Historian and biographer who explored the political and ethical force of art Alex Danchev believed that ‘Armed with art … we are more alert and less deceived.’ (Photograph: Steve Black/REX/Shutterstock)   Elizabeth Cowling   The historian and biographer Alex Danchev, … Continue reading

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