From her ascension to the French court in 1770 to her execution in 1793, Marie Antoinette was the subject of increasing hostility from the French people. Today, she occupies a fascinating place in popular memory, with some scholars going so far as to describe her as a “cult object”.
Caught between the crossfire: the grassroots experiences of violence during the Malayan Emergency of 1948-60
As a strategic counter-insurgency paradigm, the Malayan Emergency was declared by the British in June 1948 to pre-empt the Malayan Communist Party (MCP)’s plans to launch armed conflict on a national scale.
Splotchy crimson bulb, throbbing next to my collarbone. In the mirror, it looked like a volcano from space. I drew a shaking finger to nudge it, but, in a moment of clarity, smacked the skin and it disappeared.
‘For Future Gens’: On The Right to Lead One’s Own Education Systems and Restorative Approaches to Youth Justice
Settler-colonialism is the ongoing imposition of the discourse of an outsider culture onto that of an existing culture – infringing on the existing culture’s cosmology, epistemologies and ontology, dispossessing their ‘future gens’.
This piece will show how the youth played a significant role in the Cultural Revolution in China from 1966 to 1976.