In Tongerlongeter: First Nations Leader and Tasmanian war hero, historians Henry Reynolds and Nicolas Clements revive the history of Tasmania's First Nations peoples' resistance to invasion and colonisation. Alex Salmon reviews.
Books & music
Mat Ward looks back at May's political news and the best new music that related to it.
Why will the generations born since the mid 1980s most likely be financially poorer than previous generations? Mick Bull looks at this and other questions posed by Alison Pennington in her new book Gen F’d?
Simon Butler reviews Ian Angus’s new book, The War Against the Commons, which vividly retells the story of how land that had been shared for centuries was privatised by force and deception in England, Wales and Scotland.
The remarkable and outstanding Harry Belafonte died on April 25 at the age of 96. He lived a full life as a political activist and encouraged young people to be more angry and rebellious, writes Malik Miah.
Mat Ward looks back at April's political news and the best new music that related to it.
Richard Gott's 2011 book focuses on the revolutionaries and rebels who stood up to the British Empire. Alex Salmon reviews.
As a houngan (male priest in Haitian voodoo), Haitian recording and performing artist Erol Josué is a healer. He spoke following the release of his new album, Pelerinaj (Pilgrimage).
Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents a selection of new books for people who want to protect the world and transform society.
United States-based, folk-punk singer songwriter David Rovics played in concert with Kamala Emanuel in Brisbane as part of the recent Killing the Messenger tour of Australia.
Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents eight new books on science, society and socialism.
Nova Sobieralski reviews Michael Oliver's The Politics of Disablement — considered a paradigm defining work for the sociological study of disability.
Do you think there's no good protest music these days? So did Mat Ward, until they started looking for it.
Mary Lou McDonald, A Republican Riddle is no hagiography, nor is it a glib hatchet-job, writes Bill Nevins.
Writer, journalist, filmmaker and tennis enthusiast David Berry reveals tennis’ secret radical history, writes Alex Salmon.
Ben Radford and Isaac Nellist take you through the latest news from Australia and around the world.