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'Show us the Way to the Next Whiskey Bar': Review of John Fulljames' Staging of 'Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny', ROH 2015.

It has been a month since my last post and for this I apologise. It has been a very hectic five weeks what with increasing paper deadlines and submissions, etc. 497 more words


Beyond Left and Right, Beyond Red and White: Framing the Liberation War in Donbass

  By: Nina Kouprianova

Beyond Left and Right, Beyond Red and White: Framing the Liberation War in Donbass

( originally published here )

“There are no separate Russia or Ukraine, but one Holy Rus” – Elder Iona of Odessa… 2,918 more words


A Review: Jo. M. Sekimonyo’s “Cast Away for These Reasons – Economic Jihad”

Immediately after downloading the Kindle eBook version of this work, I began the task of unpacking the author’s message.  That message begins in earnest: quotes from champions of the poor and destitute, anecdotes from a well-traveled memory, a critical view of Nelson Mandela.  275 more words

Original Writing

Segregation at its best?

There I was feeling relieved that I had finally finished my UCAS and my Student Finance Application, until the lovely people at student finance bought it to my attention that because my passport is now invalid, I need to send my birth certificate in to prove my identity. 368 more words


Uncensored State of the Union: OER Unfiltered #oer2015

Drawing proceedings at the Hewlett Grantees meeting towards its close is a final keynote by Hal Plotkin, currently Senior Open Policy Fellow at Creative Commons USA and formerly Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of the Under Secretary of Education for the Obama administration.   1,619 more words


A Note on Socialism (Addendum to a Previous Post)

Back in December of 2013, I wrote a lengthy (20 page) post concerning Socialism and Communism, A Rebuttal: Socialism, Communism, and ArroganceThe substance of that post was aimed at pointing out the differences between  1,275 more words

Crisis of Capitalism

Courtesy: The RSA

In this RSA Animate, celebrated academic David Harvey looks beyond capitalism towards a new social order. Can we find a more responsible, just, and humane economic system? 12 more words