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RLI Periodical | 6 August 2018

"Why and how can music develop such an energy that public articulation of protest is almost unthinkable without it?" Read this email in your browser.

RLI Periodical |  6 August 2018
An interdisciplinary briefing


Songs of Social Protest

"To hear the songs of social protest in this remarkable volume is to discover renewed purpose in a world whose ideals are now at greatest risk."

Philip V. Bohlman, The University of Chicago
Songs of Social Protest is a comprehensive, cutting-edge companion guide to music and social protest globally.

Bringing together established and emerging scholars from a range of fields, it explores a wide range of examples of, and contexts for, songs and their performance that have been deployed as part of local, regional and global social protest movements, both in historical and contemporary times. 



The Judgement of Taste in the Age of Digital Reproduction
Stan Erraught, Principal Lecturer in Media and Creative Industries at Buckinghamshire New University.

Günther Anders, Smart Technology and the Rise of Promethean Shame
Christopher John Müller, Cardiff University and the University of Bristol.

Decolonising Intervention: International Donors and Mozambique
Meera Sabaratnam, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at SOAS, University of London.



Hain speaks with Georgina Godwin
Meet the Writers, Monocle 24

With an illustrious political career, Lord Hain has been a leader of the House of Commons, Europe minister and Africa minister, among other prominent positions in UK government. Known for a lifetime of anti-apartheid campaigning, was born to anti-apartheid activists with links to Mandela going back to the 1950s. Growing up in South Africa,  his parents were jailed, then banned and finally exiled to Britain by the regime. 

In light of the recent release of Mandela: His Essential Life, speaks with Georgina Godwin on his personal experiences with Nelson Mandela.

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