Tony Curzon Price was editor-in-chief of openDemocracy from 2007 to 2012.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: ReviewManchester's imaginary Polynesian
The personal, historical and mythical lives of James Wharram: review of a rare autobiography.
Remembering Graeme Mitchison
Graeme Mitchison wrote parts of one of Ian McEwan's novels, contributed a key quote to one of Philippe Sands'...
Gertrude Bell: the tragedy of her letters from Baghdad
A remarkable new documentary assembled from Gertrude Bell's letters read over archive footage makes us wish for what...
Published in: TransformationUncertain comma Texas
A new film describes a world whose inhabitants have been broken, but offers the hope that all can be repaired.
White God / Black Dog
Kornell Mandruczo's and Kata Weber's film, White God, is about Hungary, mongrols, Liszt ... and authoritarianism
How to improvise with refugees
Borderline, a new play by Sophie Besse about - and with a cast of - refugees represents an ideal of being together