CULTURE GROUP AT A*CR

The group for all things cultural.

Communization future histories: Everything for Everyone

Why so Political?

Hard Work, Balance, Loyalty

Trotsky, the Passionate Revolutionary

Marxist, Nationalist, Feminist: The Art and Politics of Frida Kahlo

50 years of Pride

‘It were them the cause not you’

‘A SMALL BUT VERY USEFUL BOOK’

To Understand Elon Musk, You Have to Understand This ’60s Sci‑Fi Novel

This Is England 2022

Don’t extradite Julian Assange

When Netflix Started Making Television, Television Got Worse

Migration, homesickness and the Arab Street

Cultural destruction – why it matters

Psychologising Picard

Inside Putin’s Russia

Audiences as performers – Lubaina Himid

No perfect Lenin: Review of ‘Revolutionary Collective’

She Who Must Not Be Named

NHS under the knife

Covid – In Memoriam

Stone Men: The Palestinians who built Israel

Defend Ukraine, defend the planet

Sporting and cultural boycott of Putin’s Russia

Falling Down

Losing your home, losing yourself

Questioning the Whiteness of Western Art

Desire International – Russian LGBTQ Art at Pushkin House

The Ottomans, 500 years of change

PARALLEL MOTHERS

Belfast

My favourite films during Covid in 2021

Anne – Justice for the Hillsborough 97?

Whitechapel Noise: politics, sex, and religion in London’s East End 1884‑1914

The Lost Daughter – the wounds of Motherhood

Rescued from history, Rome’s dissident communist partisans

ALL IN ALL, IT’S JUST ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL!

An Anthropology of Marxism: Review

Don’t Look Up: The planet is already burning

West Side Story again

Five films I liked from 2021

Afghan lessons

Book review 2021: Five old crackers

House of Gucci saved by Lady Gaga?

How Richard Williams made two of the greatest tennis champions

Response to Neil Faulkner

In praise of Manchester Art Gallery – helping people look at art differently

Shakespeare, Trotsky, and the Nature of Art

Poem of the Month

The Midwife’s Song

Human rights ‘sportswashed’ as Saudis take over Newcastle United

Little Amal Meets Alice

Capitalism without a Human Face

Anish Kapoor: Painting

Windrush artwork in Hackney is a worthy legacy

Bond – is it still the same story?

My Cultural Highlights

No More Privatisation