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A biographical controversy concerning a new life of Edward Said
What does the pandemic mean for the alpha city? Rowland Atkinson reflects on the urgent changes necessary for the city to become a fairer and better place for all.
AbdouMaliq Simone offers some reflections on Keller Easterling’s Medium Design and wonders how we might rethink the process of design - urban, social, political - from within the middle of things.
A reading list of utopian thinking featuring Mathew Lawrence, Laurie Laybourn-Langton, Leslie Kern, Aaron Bastani, James Bridle, Fredric Jameson, and Lizzie O’Shea.
With a majority in Scotland looking to escape, and Irish reunification a genuine possibility, the Welsh Labour Party has only so long to adapt to the break up of Britain, writes Huw Williams.
Colin Coulter revisits Tom Nairn's predictions for the fate of the six counties, and reflects on their position in the union today.
Feminist reading featuring Nancy Fraser, Vivian Gornick, Legacy Russell, Andrea Long Chu, Jacqueline Rose, Katherine Angel and Elizabeth Martínez.
In advance of this week's series of UK elections, James Foley revisits Tom Nairn's predictions for the break up of the British state.