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Book of the Week: Emma Rees praises an effort to show how to turn personal traumas into political resistance
A study of adolescents’ spaces unlocks mysteries and nostalgia. Enter if you dare, says Emma Rees
Emma Rees is happily lost in a Sixties’ soundscape but wonders why there are so few female artists
Book of the week: Second-wave highs, Caitlin Moran and rape culture surface in a work of mixed genres, says Emma Rees
Book of the week: Academics need to hit the brakes and work to change the system they’re in, says Emma Rees
Emma Rees tackles work, the ultimate seasonal fun spoiler, and finalises her list of new year’s resolutions
Emma Rees on language, taboos, and a word with an almost unparalleled power to shock
Emma Rees lauds an essay collection that highlights the American scholar’s game-changing writing
Emma Rees on the social networking origins of a 21st-century political movement
Unexpectedly in charge of a room of students fretting over the colour of answer booklets, Emma Rees ponders the potential price in dog lives