Christian Stache interviews Victor Wallis about resistance in the German Hambach Forest, class politics, technology, progress and an ecological-economic conversion.
Art can be a challenge to power, or be power’s instrument. Sometimes it can even end up being both. This last is what happened recently in Austria, where a new, right-wing government has adopted the motto of an art movement that formed in Vienna in 1897, precisely in opposition to conservative leadership.
Remembrance can never be settled once and for all. The needs of a society change over time, and remembrance evolves to accommodate these needs.
Howl of the Day: Jun 27, 2016 On June 23rd, Britons voted that the UK should leave the European Union.
The connection between political corruption and popular mobilization against a small cadre of rulers is a tale as old as the concept of government itself. From the French Revolution of 1789 to the age of extremist politics in the 1920s and 30s, this relationship rears its head in frequently dramatic fashions that reorient the relationships among the power dynamics within these societies.
By: Joshua Goodman It was a vivid and shocking image: American musician Matisyahu performing on the main stage of a