Latest issue: CAM 86
In the Lent issue of CAM, we explore the complexities of Brexit, uncover the secret life of plants and meet the residents of Mill Road.
Attack of the killer plants: CAM delves into the undergrowth to discover the secret life of plants.
Brexit: Catherine Barnard is professor of EU law – and has been charged with explaining the complexities of Brexit.
Metalheads: Dr Ross Wilson says that heavy metal and critical theory have more in common than you might think.
On kleptocracy: Professor Jason Sharman explains why the current crackdown on kleptocracy has the potential to be revolutionary.
Radical Mill Road: From the general strike to the campaign to ban Sainsbury’s, Mill Road has long provided a home to radicals.
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