links to other work and folk we're excited about:
- 'Disobedient Objects' at the V&A "From Suffragette teapots to protest robots, this exhibition was the first to examine the powerful role of objects in movements for social change."
- 'Shift Happens' by Neil Mulholland "Our shared concern is with addressing the failings of neoliberal art education in the Anglosphere that focuses solely on nurturing personal ontology."
- Mad Studies Network "We aim to work towards making and preserving space for mad people’s knowledges and histories within the academy and within services."
- Kathryn Church "I am a middle-class, middle-aged able-bodied white woman who lives with chronic facial pain and hypersensitivity. I am an Albertan social democrat, a small town girl turned urban loft dweller, and a feminist who is interested in clothes."
- 'Profiles of Practitioners: stories from the field' "Practitioner profiles let us hear directly from planners, educators, and organizers about the practical challenges and opportunities they really face."
- 'Clouds Over Cuba' "The Cuban missile crisis and what might have been"
- 'Beautiful Trouble' "A toolkit for revolution"
- 'The Social Science Centre' "Free cooperative higher education"