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Reactionaries Know: Political "Progress" is a Myth

“Reactionaries know political ‘progress’ is a myth: technological advances hide societal decay.” (Thomas Carlyle Club for Young Reactionaries; Radish Magazine)

“The various aspect of the contemporary social and political chaos are interrelated and there is no real way to effectively oppose them other than by returning to the origins. 78 more words

System Failure

Masterless Men and Vagabond Roguery


Fascination with the figure of the uprooted wanderer is a recurring theme throughout modern European history. As shadow figures for the powerful, vagrants, travellers – ‘masterless men’, as some were called – have for centuries attracted a stigma consistent with indolence, criminality, blasphemous practices of various kinds, even treason. 912 more words


Reactionaries Listen to: The Brandenburg Concertos

“Reactionaries listen to the Brandenburg Concertos, because frankly, we’re better than that.” (Thomas Carlyle Club for Young Reactionaries; Radish Magazine)

“What is Democracy; this huge inevitable Product of the Destinies? 101 more words


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CFP: Wonderlands: Reading/Writing/Telling Fairy Tales and Fantasy, 23 May 2015, University of Chichester

Apologies for the late posting of this CFP for the postgraduate symposium at the University of Chichester–the deadline is 31 January 2015, so anyone interested (and I can’t see why they wouldn’t be!) will have to hurry. 35 more words

Fairy Tales

Solidarity and Resilience: A Forum

Between 19-21 September 2014, resident blogger Wanda and King’s College partner-in-crime, Nicholas Michelsen, organised a workshop with the theme of Solidarity & Resilience at King’s College, London. 1,698 more words

Blog Events & Symposia

RC21 International Conference: 'The Ideal City: between myth and reality. Representations, policies, contradictions and challenges for tomorrow's urban life' (27-29 August 2015 – Urbino, Italy)

The RC21 Conference 2015 (The Ideal City: between myth and reality…’) will be hosted by the School of Social and Political Sciences – Department of Economics, Society, and Politics at the University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy. 609 more words