The ambience of the demonstrations at Tahrir Square combined revolutionary edge with festive elements and scathing political humor.
Volume 24 Issue 1
I have never been involved in politics, I had made up my mind on the whole thing a long time […]
The above words, from our prime minister’s mouth, on April 4 2011, are supposed to spread fear in our souls, […]
If you observe a mappemonde carefully you will notice a large body of blue water surrounded by land on all […]
There is a tendency amongst a lot of liberal-minded people to go ape about Wikileaks, beyond and above what are […]
You’ll recall Marshall McLuhan, the “medium is the message” man. He knew.
This is how it all started.
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The anomaly that is Italy– where a media mogul can have total control of the private and public television, print […]
The original saying went, ‘Freedom of the press belongs to those who own one.” Well, the perception seems to be […]
A few months ago, fearing terminal unemployment, I emailed some of my coder friends a query: “So, things were a […]
The world isn’t what it was ten or even five years ago.
An Introduction To Visual Culture, Nicholas Mirzoeff.
My sister, all of four years older than me, kindly informed me very early on that Santa Claus didn’t exist, […]
The text below is from a collection in progress of yet unpublished short stories, entitled “Fragments”.
These days I can’t but remember Gamal Abdel Nasser. The Arab people are now finding unity in demands, hopes and […]
The Journey I marched through thick snow until leaves began to reappear on deciduous trees, pine needles protruding from toes […]
Jeff Barnaby was born on a Mi’gmaq reserve in Listujug, Quebec.