Story written by Alexandra Kollontai in 1922, imagining a communist future
French President Emanuel Macron has recently courted controversy through his valorisation of Marshal Pétain - leader of Nazi collaborationist Vichy France - as a...
Brian Parkin looks back at the life of his mother, Jean Dorothy Parkin, who passed away on 14th November.
The First World War ended 100 years ago today, on 11 November 1918. Four years ago, Matthew Cookson looked at how poetry of the...
How can we understand the ways that capitalism comes to be gendered and racialised?
Ian Birchall reviews Opening the Gates: The Lip Affair, 1968-1981
Since last year's bombing, Manchester's tradition of radical politics has come to the fore again
In a speech to Manchester rs21, Colin Barker reflects on the “madness of May ‘68”, when, for a brief moment, everything seemed possible.
A hundred years ago today, John Maclean, hero of "Red Clydeside", assailed the imperialist slaughter of World War One as he stood trial for sedition
A long letter from a gay man highlights the emancipation which touched LGBT people across Russia after October 1917.