Socialist Municipality of ClⒶgsborough
 The HeⒶrt of the Sun  The ClⒶgsborough One HundrⒶd

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My dreams the universe - this planet and all its life the home I share and protect - humankind my family - the libraries of the world my awakening - a parent's tears my heart - the wonder of a child my soul - libertarian eco-socialism, neurodiversity and the postcolonial my creeds - peace and justice my purpose - dialogue, education and critical reflection my toolbox.
                        --  Fortitude J. B. Huddlebeck

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 + writing skills
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 + gender theory
 + social class
 + queer theory
 + disability theory
 + neurodiversity
 + intersectionality
 + colonialism/imperialism
 + capitalism/neoliberalism
 + climate change
 + non-violent direct action

 preliminary reading
poetry, theatre, prose
the ancient world
the middle ages
renaissance & reformation
shakespeare's plays
revolution & restoration
the long eighteenth century
the victorians
+ the fin de siècle
+ the short twentieth century
+ the world after 1989

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Ⓐutism Links
 . Autistic UK
 . Autism Alliance
 . Autismlinks
 . Autistica
 . Autonomy
 . National Autistic Society UK
 . Neuroqueer

 . Nice Guidelines
 . NHS
 . Understanding Autism
 . Wrong Planet


LiterⒶture Links
 . A is for Aphra
 . William Blake Archive
 . Richard Brautigan
 . Geoffrey Chaucer
 . Collins Online Dictionary
 . Crimethinc
 . Electronic Beowulf
 . English Subject Centre
 . Jouvert
 . Keywords Project
 . LitHub
 . Ngram Viewer
 . Norton Anthology
 . Poetry Toolkit
 . RSC: Shakespeare's Plays
 . Studying English Lit. & Lang.
 . UbuWeb
 . The Wonderbook
 . Word Spy

The Ⓐrts
 . Art UK
 . Leonora Carrington
 . Colonial Film
 . Beryl Cook
 . BFI
 . M. C. Escher
 . Hassan Fathy
 . Caspar David Friedrich
 . Mark Gertler
 . Ken Kiff
 . Stewart Lee
 . Wilf Lunn
 . Viktoria Modesta
 . Kit & Eleyne Williams
 . Womad
 . Dhafer Youssef

the clagsborough one hundred

Reading Now

Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Paulo Freire, 2017, Penguin Classics

'The foremost work on the key democratic task: helping people to identify and challenge the sources of their oppression ... a transformative text' George Monbiot, Guardian

Arguing that 'education is freedom', Paulo Freire's radical international classic contends that traditional teaching styles keep the poor powerless by treating them as passive, silent recipients of knowledge. Grounded in Freire's own experience teaching impoverished and illiterate students in his native Brazil and over the world, this pioneering book instead suggests that through co-operation, dialogue and critical thinking, every human being can develop a sense of self and fulfil their right to be heard.

Social Science in Question
Mark J. Smith, 1998, Sage

How do social scientists study the social world? Is social scientific practice in transformation? Can social science learn from its own past?

This major text takes the reader on an intellectual journey starting with the story of modern science and the impact that this has had on social scientific practice, and going on to outline and critically review the major approaches to social scientific inquiry, ranging from positivism to postmodernism. Throughout, readers are encouraged to think carefully about what it means to: study the social world in a scientific way; make connections between what they do and the everyday lives of the people they study; and look beyond their discipline and think in a postdisciplinary way.


Crouched below the Pennine hills, the Grand Imperial Municipality of Clagsborough straddles the confluence of the rivers Claggy and Hengment on the throat of the Rowther Estuary, replete with its shoddy mills, whalebacks, dirigibles, velocipedes and ha'penny steam tram network. Three other conurbations brush the outskirts of its Pleistocene triskelion ghyll: Hopplesdale to the west; the cranetown of Lower Wharram to the north west; with the county capital Shiplingham-on-Dearne to the south.

Second BⒶse
 . Al-Jazeera English
 . Bureau of Investigative Journalism
 . The Conversation
 . Electronic Intifada
 . The Guardian
 . HuffPost
 . The Mirror
 . George Monbiot
 . Race & Class
 . Skwawkbox

ssorted Links
 . 1001 Inventions
 . Adbusters
 . Nafeez Ahmed


 . Amnesty International UK
 . Anarchist Studies
 . Anarchy Archives
 . Anti Fascist Network
 . Asian Image
 . BBC iPlayer
 . Black Lives Matter
 . Black Presence in Britain
 . Black Rose Anarchist Federation
 . Campaign Against Arms Trade
 . Raewyn Connell
 . English PEN
 . Enough
 . The Equality Trust
 . Extinction Rebellion
 . Friends of the Earth
 . Gender Wiki
 . Greenpeace UK
 . Mehdi Hasan
 . History Workshop Online
 . Informed Comment
 . Institute of Race Relations
 . Insurge Intelligence
 . Introducing Cultural Studies
 . Keep Our NHS Public
 . Naomi Klein
 . Loonwatch
 . Me Too
 . Media Diversified
 . Medium
 . Natural Death Centre
 . New Economics Foundation

 . Open Democracy
 . Peace & Justice Project

 . PhilPapers
 . John Pilger
 . Pink News
 . Project Muse
 . Runnymede Trust
 . Sniggle
 . Spinwatch
 . The Staffordshire Hoard
 . Stonewall
 . Mark Thomas
 . The Vegan Society
 . United Nations
 . War on Want
 . World Development Movement
 . World Socialist Web Site
 . The Yes Lab
 . Z Magazine  

 This website is best viewed on a laptop or PC monitor. © Julian Yaqub 2021, all rights reserved. All mind maps produced using Inspiration ® 7.5 English edition. ClⒶgsborough College opposes political violence whether perpetuated by nation states or non-state actors. At the same time, the college denounces Prevent and the work of the UK Research Information and Communications Unit along with all other attempts to scapegoat Muslims for Britain's political and cultural decline.