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Women's Circus
Adrienne Liebmann, Jen Jordan, Deb Lewis, Louise Radcliffe-Smith, Patricia Sykes & Jean Taylor (eds.)

Have you ever wanted to join the circus? Wondered what goes on behind the scenes? What trapeze artists think about as they swing through the air? Reading this book lets you become an armchair acrobat. Established in 1991 as a community theatre project to work with survivors of sexual assault, the Women’s Circus has gone on to create innovative shows, toured to China in 1995 and has...



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Sharon Batt

Journalist Sharon Batt was a healthy athletic woman when she found a lump in her breast, and after the diagnosis she set out to understand her disease. It led her on a journey to unravelling the politics of medical research, of media and fundraisers who play the breast cancer ‘game’. Her book gives hope by closing with a call for a breast cancer movement, such as we have begun to see in recent...



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Seeking Palestine
Penny Johnson, Raja Shehadeh (eds.)
"Palestine-in-exile," says Rana Barakat, "is an idea, a love, a goal, a movement, a massacre, a march, a parade, a poem, a thesis, a novel and yes, a commodity, as well as a people scattered, displaced, dispossessed and determined."

How do Palestinians live, imagine and reflect on home and exile in this period of a stateless and transitory Palestine, a deeply contested and crisis-ridden...


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Getting The Measure
Carmen Grostal (Curator) (ed.)

Art that inhabits its ambiguity is simultaneously a political stance and an artistic attitude. —Paul Carter Bringing together eight major and emerging artists as well as philosophers, writers and environmentalists, this book focuses on the essential connection and reciprocal relations between culture and the land. These essays were originally presented as part of ‘The Lie of the Land’ Forum....



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