Category: Feeling and embodying

‘How should cities deal with legacies of guilt?’ – a response to the Bristol Festival of Ideas event

pron Dear reader, I haven’t been blogging in recent months. I don’t feel I have much to say. I have now moved to Bristol and I and my family are gradually settling in. The legacy of slavery looms large here and has loomed larger in recent years. The controversy of street and building names and,…

What does the economy look like, Part Two: Developing the view from below

A brief summary of Part One of this post In an earlier blogpost entitled ‘What does the economy look like? And why does it matter?’, I critiqued mainstream graphic representations of the economy, giving the examples of the commonly spotted GDP chart and supply-demand curve. Without dismissing the usefulness of graphs and charts to reveal…

The most important thing I’ve probably ever written in my life

Hope that blogpost title lured you in! Read on, dear friend, read on!…   FROM DEATH TO LIFE M-C-M’/C-M-C → U-I-U’/I-U-I’ I am currently organising an ‘unconference’. I’m inviting a diverse group of around 30 people to a weekend workshop in April focused on the issue of transformation. That’s intentionally left very broad. One of…