Jane Shallice

Reclaiming the legacy of the Paris Commune September 2015

Jane Shallice reviews Communal Luxury: The Political Imaginary of the Paris Commune, by Kristin Ross

The Yes Campaign speaks in the House of Commons August 2014

Jane Shallice reports back from an event hosted by Red Pepper and openDemocracy, where many London radicals became inspired to support the Yes campaign.

Discovery of the World: A political awakening in the shadow of Mussolini August 2014

Jane Shallice reviews Discovery of the World: A political awakening in the shadow of Mussolini, by Luciana Castellina

Maxine Peake: Doc Martens roots March 2014

Jane Shallice interviews Maxine Peake, a committed socialist whose acting credits range from Veronica in Shameless to Martha Costello QC in Silk

Struggling for the right of existence; the memoirs of Daniel Bensaïd March 2014

Jane Shallice reviews An Impatient Life: A Memoir (Verso, 2013) by Daniel Bensaïd and considers what the Left can learn from these beautiful memoirs

A few days in Ramallah January 2014

Jane Shallice reflects on a recent trip to the West Bank.

Manifesta 9: Genk October 2012

Jane Shallice reports from Manifesta in Genk, a biennial Europe-wide contemporary art exhibition which this year had a coal mining theme

The White Van Papers: fiction that tells the truth January 2012

The White Van Papers by Roland Muldoon, reviewed by Jane Shallice

Afghanistan: a brief history May 2009

Understanding Afghanistan today is only possible by looking at it in the context of the part played by the competing imperial powers in its past. Jane Shallice offers a guide

Shadow on the sun March 2009

At the end of the 1960s a conference of British poets voted for the next poet laureate. Their choice was Adrian Mitchell, who died before Christmas. Some three decades on, {Red Pepper} asked him to don the red and black cloak of 'shadow poet laureate' and write poems regularly for the magazine. He has been 'our' shadow poet laureate ever since

Keep throwing stones December 2007

From the CAST theatre company to New Variety and the Hackney Empire, Roland and Claire Muldoon have been at the heart of cultural dissent for the past four decades. By Jane Shallice






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