Cultural Capital
23 July 2010
In this week's issue, travel writer Stefan Simanowitz reports from FiSahara, an annual film festival held in a Saharawi...
Cultural Capital
22 July 2010
Damien Hirst as minister for culture? Mike Leigh as his deputy? Elton John as head of the Arts Council? It sounds...
Cultural Capital
20 July 2010
Shortlist revealed
Cultural Capital
16 July 2010
There was an intriguing piece in the New York Times this week on the sorry state of Baghdad's National Museum of Modern...
Cultural Capital
13 July 2010
As details of Peter Mandelson's forthcoming autobiography, The Third Man, begin to emerge in this week's papers, his...
Cultural Capital
09 July 2010
 In this week's magazine, Anthony Thwaite celebrates the legacy of Philip Larkin, twenty-five years after his...
Cultural Capital
07 July 2010
Verso Books have posted a video of the philosopher and cultural critic Slavoj Žižek on his favourite topic...
Cultural Capital
02 July 2010
 This week marked the 75th anniversary of Penguin Books, the Bristol-launched publisher founded for the purpose of...
Cultural Capital
02 July 2010
Barbara Demick has won this year's 2010 BBC Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction. Her book, Nothing to Envy, is an...
Cultural Capital
02 July 2010
Spare a thought for residents of the small Bible Belt town of Monroeville in Alabama, where this week a horde of...
Cultural Capital
28 May 2010
This week's magazine features an acerbic review of Christopher Hitchens's memoirs by his one-time comrade Terry...
Cultural Capital
25 May 2010
The ongoing dispute over the future of Middlesex University's highly regarded philosophy department was ratcheted up a...
Cultural Capital
21 May 2010
Among the many references in this week's Critic At Large piece -- Chris Petit on the rise of surveillance in Britain...
Cultural Capital
21 May 2010
As the reading season approaches, one book readers might not have thought to pack on holiday, but which would well...
Cultural Capital
20 May 2010
It was only a matter of time before the protests of 1968 were alluded to in the Nash Room at the ICA yesterday evening...

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