A poetic evocation of the act of reading, a provocation for non-readers, a sparkling soliloquy for avid readers, and a philosophical reflection on what we call literature, Why Read? ...
Ben Davis in an American art critic and has written widely on politics, economics and contemporary art.
Teacher, singer, activist and writer Sumangala Damodaran is known for her work on the musical tradition of the Indian People’s Theatre Association (IPTA), an outfit of leftist theatre artiste
Johanna Wallin is a writer, coordinator and communicator who joined The Freedom Theatre in 2008 as a resource developer. For the past six years she has managed The Freedom Theatre’s internati
Burhan Sönmez is a novelist. He has published Kuzey (2009), Masumlar (2011), Istanbul Istanbul (2015) and translated William Blake into Turkish. He won the Disturbing the Peace award from the
Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin (1888-1938) was a Soviet politician and author. While he played an important role as a Bolshevik revolutionary and was closely involved with Lenin and Trotsky during
B. Rajendra Prasad was formerly Professor, Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati. He is the author of Temple Sculpture of Andhra Prade
Kevin Morgan is Professor of Politics and Contemporary History at the University of Manchester. He is the author of many books on labour movement history, including the Bolshevism and the British L
John Bellamy Foster is Professor of Sociology at the University of Oregon and editor of Monthly Review (New York). His most recent books are The Endless Crisis (with Robert W. McChesney, New York:
Sam Gindin holds the Packer Chair in Social Justice in the Department of Political Science at York University, Toronto.