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Editorial Edition Minus One

February 4, 2011

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Download a copy: The Paper: Edition Minus One We’ve felt it in the streets, in occupations, in walkouts, teach-ins and at Top Shop. In the assemblies, conferences and meetings – every time we get together we discover that it’s broader than we thought. We are in the midst of the most exciting student movement in Britain […]

How to Make a Collective Newspaper. The Pedagogy* of Working Otherwise

February 4, 2011

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In this edition of The Paper we ask ourselves: what are the lessons and what is to be learned from making a collective newspaper? As many of us have experienced in these last months, the classroom is only one of many sites of learning. Education does not only happen in places zoned for it but […]

Letters

February 4, 2011

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Various letters The Paper received and discussions that people started in response to the call for a first editorial meeting. _______ The Paper is an interesting idea, but not without problems in my view. What is the basis for this paper, for example? Has it come out of a defined group or movement, like being agreed […]

Inside and Outside the Kettle

February 4, 2011

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SASKIA FISCHER There are many ways to read and feel the kettle. The thing is to climb out of it. Slippery as its walls may be, find a grip, crack a hole, let the rage pour out and the rest of you with it. Make that rage a thing you can examine, learn from. Lest […]

“They’re not on our side. We shouldn’t be on theirs”

February 4, 2011

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SOFIE BUCKLAND On January 11 Paul McKeever, chair of the Police Federation, publicly hinted that police forces may demonstrate over job cuts. Due to the same budget cuts the Coalition government is pushing across public services, as many as 20,000 police force jobs are under threat. This has prompted an extensive internet debate between various […]

Hope Against Hope: A necessary betrayal

February 4, 2011

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  NIC BEURET A single image from a day of movement marks out competing visions of hope. A boot through a Millbank window fed the dreams of resistance that many in the Left have been craving since talk of austerity started. The same boot posed a question that plays out in the university occupations that […]

Translations

February 3, 2011

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Translation is a practice. And as with every practice, there are politics in translation. The translation of the powerful reduces every experience from another context into a sentence coherent in a closed logic of language and singularly located experience.  Our translation rails against this and looks for something different.  It is about creating bridges, producing […]