In this issue:
What Kind of Language Do Revolutionaries Want? by Ken Hirschkop
‘I said Oscar Wilde’s Name in Dominican and It Came Out “Oscar Wao”’: Faking it, Making it by Ankhi Mukherjee
Reframing the Monster: Ethics, Politics and Discourse by Jon Greenaway
Towards a More Inclusive Social Citizenship: The Role of Language in the Exercise of Social Rights by Alana Ryan
Can the Subaltern Write? The Politics of Langauge and Early Slavonic Literacy by Mirela Ivanova
‘An Army of Lovers Cannot Lose’: Examining the Linguistic Impact of the Straight Mind by Henrx Holmes
Raymond Williams Revisited: Culture, Community and Modern Welsh Identity by Merlin Gable
Pipe Dreams: The Fading Prospects of Petro-socialism by Max Leak
Why Syriza Won: Laclau, Populism and Hegemony by Will Horner
Big Data: A Technology of Anxiety by Ioana Cerasella Chis
Damn These Out of Date Sports (Review: No Other Way: Oxfordshire and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39) by Peter Hill
Israeli Liberalism and the Politics of Political Denial (Review: Mike’s Place: A True Story of Love, Blues and Terror in Tel Aviv) by Dominic Davies
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