The Anarchism of Occupy Wall Street
An insider's account of the anarchists who ignited Occupy Wall Street.
Translating Anarchy tells the story of the anti-capitalist anti-authoritarians of Occupy Wall Street who strategically communicated their revolutionary politics to the public in a way that was both accessible and revolutionary. By “translating” their ideas into everyday concepts like community empowerment and collective needs, these anarchists sparked the most dynamic American social movement in decades.
In the age of global capitalism, vaporwave celebrates and undermines the electronic ghosts haunting the nostalgia industry.
Argues that our fascination with cold and ruthless television characters reflects a broken social contract.
Evan Calder Williams
From salvagepunk to zombie hordes, wastelands to plagued cities, Combined and Uneven Apocalypse grapples with the apocalyptic fantasies of our collapsing era.
One hundred years on from the Rising that set Ireland free, Ireland's leaders in politics and letters are running scared from their history.
What if history had had a happy ending? To change the future, we need to reimagine the past.
Why a young reporter quit his job at The New York Times, and got himself mixed up with Balkan gangsters.
Attacking the cherished assumptions of liberal media criticism, Beyond the Left updates and recharges the Marxist critique of the media.
OccupyMedia! shows how Occupy activists confront capitalism and communication in a world of crisis, capitalism, surveillance and social media.
A bold experiment in film theory for the digital era.
A unique witness to the revolutionary upheavals of the last century, endlessly creative, deeply humanist, Serge is a resource of hope for today.