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Collective Action: A Bad Subjects Anthologyby Joel Schalit and Megan Shaw Prelinger
Synopses & Reviews
This, the second anthology of their writing, collects the Bad Subjects Collective's most interesting and provocative articles from the last six years. Covering diverse personal and political ground, the contributors explore cultural and media studies, racial identities, sexual politics, globalization, alternative communities, activism, the complexities of history, alternative consciousness and many other topics, in an incendiary mix of political radicalism and rigourous debate that's intended to provoke further discussion among academics and activists worldwide. Contributors include Doug Henwood, Richard D. Wolff, Annalee Newitz, Rick Prelinger, David Hawkes, Joel Schalit, Megan Shaw Prelinger, John Brady, Arturo Aldama, Joe Lockard, Jonathan Sterne, Charlie Bertsch, Mike Mosher, Cynthia Hoffman, Kim Nicolini, J.C. Myers, Scott Schaffer, Fred Aldama, Zach Furness, Elisabeth Hurst, Matt Wray, Tomas Sandoval and Viet Thanh Nguyen. 'Bad Subjects is a collective that seeks to revitalize progressive politics in retreat. We think too many people on the left have taken their convictions for granted. So we challenge progressive dogma by encouraging readers to think about the political dimension to all aspects of everyday life.' From the Bad Subjects manifesto
Selected essays on politics, culture and society by the groundbreaking Californian activist group.
Lively account of how people power has shaped British history — from Peterloo to the Poll tax and beyond.
This is the second anthology of the Bad Subjects Collective's most interesting and provocative articles from the last six years. Covering diverse personal and political ground, the contributors explore cultural and media studies, racial identities, globalization and many other topics.
About the Author
Based in California, Bad Subjects is one of the oldest online publications in the world. Its readership spans from the US and the UK to South Korea and Argentina. With the publication of Collective Action, Bad Subjects celebrates ten years of online activism and global political discussion.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments / Introduction
PART I: POLITICS OLD AND NEW
1: Prison Activists Notes by Karl MacRae
2. Iraq War Culture by Joe Lockard
3. Beyond Copyright Consciousness by Rick Prelinger
4. I Was a Teenage Reactionary by Doug Henwood
5. Voodoo Politics by David Hawkes
6. A Context for Genoa by Edmund Zimmerman
7. Blacks and Reds in Polish Technicolor by Ewa Pagacz
8. Marxism, Class Analysis, and the USSR: A Y2K Perspective by Richard D. Wolff
PART II: REMEMBERING HISTORY
9. New Year's Eve in Berlin: Firecracker
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