Jerome F. Keating discusses what happened when steam and iron replaced sail, analyzing the important relations between Britain and China that are revealed by the history of just one sailing vessel.
Stephen Lee Naish on dreaming our way off the planet and whether we should embrace oblivion or look ‘abroad’
MH discusses the difference between abuse and conflict, Canadian attitudes to HIV and the treatment of refugees, arguing for a transformation in attitudes towards difference.
Marcel Krueger discusses the creative potential of the city, the flâneuse and identity politics.
Jay Parker discusses the latest by Croatian philosopher Srećko Horvat, discussing the subversive connections between politics, love and technology.
Leo Cookman on personal poetry and whether it is a good idea to invite comparisons with your influences. Loren Kleinman, Stay Continue reading
Stephen Lee Naish is shaking the Cage to discuss the often memed actor and his originality. Lindsay Gibb, National Treasure: Continue reading
Stuart Walton reviews the latest novel by acclaimed author Micheal Chabon, arguing that the famed author is in a transitional stage Continue reading