Latest at Jura
Here are the new titles for this week:
Gender Outlaws: On men, women, and the rest of us, Kate Bornstein, $24;
The Remedy: Queer and Trans voices on health and health care, Zena Sharman (ed), $29;
Solidarity Networks: Examples and ideas of direct action, SeaSol Organizers, $7;
The Case of Alan Turing: The extraordinary and tragic story of the legendary codebreaker, Eric Liberge & Arnaud Delalande, $36;
Weakening the Dam, Twin Cities IWW, $6;
In a Moving River, Nothing is Set in Stone: A letter for insurgent dreamers, scott crow, $6;
Never Give In: Three Italian Antifascist Exiles in Australia 1924-1956, V. G. Venturini, $42 (one of the three is the anarchist Francisco Fantin who was killed by fascists while interned in a camp during WW2);
The Last Great Cause: volunteers from Australia and Emilia-Romagna in defence of the Spanish Republic, 1936-1939, V. G. Venturini, $42;
An Australian Experience: Words from the Vietnam Years, Alan Ashbolt, $10;
it's down to this #2: on sexual violence, accountability, consent, healing, Claire Urbanski, $6;
Umanita Nova, $1;
Rivista A, $4.
Have a happy Summer Solstice, joyous Saturnalia, and a great New Year. 2017 is Jura's 40th anniversary!!
Jura is on holidays until January 27th.
See you next year!