Order the spring issue here


He was blown up – no one was held responsible

Pino Manzella: Peppino Impastato. Difficult memory

MAFIA: This is a collection of anecdotal testimonies about a self-destructive social machinery with the mafia as its main pillar. In Sicily, this environment was about the mafia – but also about the war in Vietnam, Palestinian rights, environmental protection, class society, legal abortion and women's liberation.

A good life without more and more of everything

GREEN GROWTH: MODERN TIMES has chosen to print an extract from the book Grønt manifesto by our regular critic. "Quality of life rather than forced growth": Three small but powerful words, which provide a key to changing the direction of social development, where our eternal pursuit of 'the most possible' is instead adjusted to the appreciation of 'adequate'.

Gonzo interpretation of Surrealism's sorceress

Suzanne Christensen: Leonora's journey Author

UNCOMPROMISING: The book about the artist Leonora Carrington is a journey into the jungle of surrealism, a successful escape from the conventional and a fantasy infiltration of the established.

About belonging

Aon Raza Naqvi (ed.): Third Culture Kids

IDENTITY: Finally comes the book about what it is like to grow up between two cultures, told by Norwegian third culture children.

About shitting culturally in your own nest

NOVEMBER 1, 1969: Observations by Sigurd Evensm:

A society built on artificial intelligence

UTOPI OR FUTURE: Is artificial intelligence and automation a lifeline or a threat to society?

Cultural-historical monument to the contradictions of the situationists

Eleven Presbyteries: These are Situationist Times! An inventory of reproductions, deformations, modifications, derivations, and transformations

THE SITUATIONISTS: What is the relevance of situationism in and for the digital age, where the nihilistic cut-and-paste aesthetic of punk seems to have been replaced by trolling and the meme culture of the internet?

The good old days ”- a time without feminism, migration and globalization

LATE FASCISM: The notion of constituting an endangered culture is echoed in all the various late fascist communities

An eco-anarchist utopia

Cartoonist Alessandro Pignocchi: The recomposition of the moon

: The ZADISTS: «We do not defend nature. We are nature defending itself. "

The digital wealth makes us poorer

Jay David Bolter: The Digital Plenitude: The Decline of Elite Culture and the Rise of New Media

: NEW MEDIA: Jay David Bolter provides a thorough description of today's digital culture, where technology makes it easy to create and shape digital communities that users fill with unpaid content.

The pursuit of recognition has destructive consequences. Social justice is reduced to psychological problems

: Identity politics is a married child of the narcissistic culture, where violations and rejection are perceived as serious threats to self-worth.

Islam's forgotten culture and the meaning of Sufism

: What is the change that has taken place in a culture that has fascinated explorers and free thinkers for centuries?

California Dreaming?

David Vogel: California Greenin '- How Golden State Became and Environmental Leader

: In his new book, Professor David Vogel describes how the state in a number of areas has managed to implement its own regulations to support economic and cultural development and growth.

Cool, crazy fascism

: The new fascism has thrown aside the seriousness of the old fascism – it is loose and relaxed, it is fun. 

Some are more invisible than others

Binna Choi and Yolande van der Heide (eds.): Concept: Werker Collective (Rogier Delfos and Marc Roig Blesa) 365 Days of Invisible Work

: Werker Collective has collected 365 photographs of the work that is not seen, and which takes place in the home – own or someone else's.

Hidden everyday racism in France

Tanya de Montaigne: L'assignation. Les Noirs' existing pass

: On a daily basis, we constantly sacrifice the uniqueness, identity and individuality of others on the altar of group affiliation, writes the French political scientist Tania de Montaigne in a new book.