Issue 1 Citations

5:39p.m. 8 August 2016

Some links we didn't have space for in the printed issue, apologies for any we may have missed.


Jacobin Mag :
Communal Luxury :
English translation of the Manifesto of the Paris Federation of Artists :


A Thousand Flowers :
DnG 24 :
RMT Scotland :
Richard Youngs DJ Set :
Unison :
Domestic Exile :
WestGap :
Glasgow Anarchist Collective :
Dundee Against Austerity :
Clyside IWW :
Claire Biddles :
United Glasgow FC :
Unity Language Exchange :
Glasgow Autonomous Space :
We Will Rise :

Transnational Protest

Close Campsfield Poetry PDF:

The Prevent Strategy

SACC (Scotland Against Criminalising Communities) :
Prevent Watch :
A 2009 report by Arun Kundnani for the Institute of Race Relations:
A 2013 report by the charity CAGE:
Arun Kundnani, looking at Prevent in the context of ‘counter-terrorism ’:
Centre for Research on Migration (2015) Everyday Borders Film :
The UCU (University and College Union) Prevent guidance :
The NUT (National Union of Teachers) Prevent motion :
NUS’ (National Union of Students) ‘Students not Suspects’ campaign :
The University of Edinburgh ‘Students not Suspects’ group recently occupied the university library:
‘Together Against Prevent’ pledge:

Fit 4 Purpose

Cursorware :

Into the Eyes of the Beast

Beradi, Franco ‘Bifo’. 2015. Heroes: Mass Murder and Suicide. London: Verso
Denning,Tom. 2011. “making a killing: suicide under capitalism”. In The Commune, June 2011. Accessible via : [Accessed 13.06.16]
Grant, Drew. 2015. ‘Green Room’ Creator Jeremy Saulnier on Skinheads, Ultra-Violence and Patrick Stewart [Online] Observer News. Available at: [Accessed 10.06.16]
Green Room. 2016. Directed by Jeremy Saulnier [Film]. USA: A24
Jameson, Frederic. 1994. The Seeds of Time New York: Columbia University Press
Victoria. 2015. Directed by Sebastian Schipper [Film]. Germany: Senator Film.

Music Columns

Dylan tracks: and here:


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