This is the first account of one of the world’s most pressing humanitarian catastrophes. Revealing how China has used the US-led War on Terror as cover for its brutal suppression of the Uyghur people, it provides a lucid and far-reaching analysis of a cultural genocide, while allowing the voices of those caught up in the tragedy to be heard.
The book demonstrates that cultural jobs are the preserve of the most privileged, a ‘creative class’ in society, and always have been: there was no golden age for social mobility in culture. It shows how women, people of colour, and those of working class origins are missing from key parts of the workforce and audience for culture.
By Sean R. Roberts
Narrated by Christopher Ragland
Length 10 hrs and 57 mins
By Orian Brook, Dave O’Brien, Mark Taylor
Narrated by Nneka Okoye, Christina Orman, Stephen Perring
Length: 7 hrs and 47 mins
Beginning theory has been helping students navigate through the thickets of literary and cultural theory for over two decades. This new and expanded fourth edition continues to offer readers the best single-volume introduction to the field.
This book recounts a little-known history of an estimated 2,000 children born to black GIs and white British women in World War II. Stories from over 50 of these children, alongside many photographs, reveal the racism and stigma of growing up in what was then a very white country.
By: Peter Barry
Narrated by: Lucy Scott
Length: 13 hrs and 25 mins
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