Browse Collections (124 total)

Socialisme ou Barbarie

a set of journals belonging to the French libertarian socialist organisation- Socialisme ou Barbarie(SoB). SOB’s novel theoretical innovations greatly…

For Peace!

Campaign Against Racism and Fascism

A voluntary, non-politically aligned collective active in the anti-racist, anti-fascist movement between 1991 and 2003

Women's Liberation Collection from WFA

WFA, or Workers Film Association, was established in early 1975, when a group of like-minded working people formed an independent collective based…

Psyche-Pol

The Psyche-Pol research project took place at MayDay Rooms in November 2013 and was initiated by Howard Slater and Tine Tvergaard and directly…

Dissenting Ephemera- Peter Maloney

Two boxes of material around radical architecture predominantly from the 1970s. The documents include materials produced by the Architects…

56a Duplicates

A range of newspapers, pamphlets, and magazines have come to us from the 56a duplicates collection, including a set of picket sheets from the Wapping…

Troops Out Movement

The Troops Out Movement was formed in West London in 1973 by Irish solidarity activists. A campaigning organisation committed to bringing an end to…

Class War

Contemporary Workers' Struggles

Politics of Organised Squatting

London Radical Press

Anarchist Newspapers

Women's Liberation Movement

Kennington Park

Kennington Park's ‘hidden past’ is tightly linked with radical working-class history that pivoted on the Enclosure of Kennington Common in the…

Contributors: Various

Sharsted Self-Built Association

In 1993, ten families from the Southwark housing list were offered the chance to build ten houses on a shared ownership basis. The part they owned…

Contributors: Various

Dissenting Ephemera - 2000 - Present

Altavista Arkive

Described as 'the bastard daughter of the Public Education System in Mexico' by its current principal, the Altavista Co-Operative Federal High School…

Alternative Practice

This investigated other forms of organisation of architects' offices based around the concept
of cooperative working and shared equity. Several…

Education

Many NAM members were engaged in the field of architectural education, either as staff or students, and
pursued new ideas for course content and…

Feminist Group

This developed a feminist agenda within the NAM critique. Alongside feminist consciousness
raising and other feminist political groups, women within…

Professional Issues

A cohort of NAM members became engaged with the professional registration body, standing
as elected councillors on the Architects Registration…

Public Design Group

Argued that it was only through the public sector that the majority of people could have access to the land and resources needed for housing,…

SLATE

To help promote its work and reduce dependence on the established professional press, NAM created its own newspaper SLATE. The editorial group met…

Trade Unions and Architecture

Themes included action on asbestos and Health & Safety, and involvement with Direct Labour Organisations and Building Unions. Following comparative…

New Architectural Movement

Race Today

The magazine Race Today was set up in 1969 by the Institute for Race Relations (IRR). Following a break from the IRR four years later, publication…

The Leveller Magazine

Between 1975 and 1985, The Leveller, an editor-less magazine, managed to sustain an independent left journalism that drew together professional and…

Jewish Socialist Magazine

A full run of Jewish Socialist Magazine, the journal of the Jewish Socialist Group. The group, which formed in Manchester in the mid-1970s has…

Haringey Solidarity Group (HSG)

Haringey Solidarity Group (HSG) started life as the Anti-Poll Tax group in Haringey. Once the Poll Tax was defeated most Anti-Poll Tax groups around…

Greenline Magazine

A complete run of 36 issues of Greenline Magazine, which Jon published between 1982 and 1985. These magazines document the early years of the radical…

GLC story

”The GLC Story” project has deposited several boxes of publications and documents from the radical years of the GLC between 1981 and 1986. This…

The Film & Photo League

From 1934 to 1935 the (Workers’) Film & Photo League represented a grass-roots manifestation in Britain of the Communist International’s cultural…

Ford Struggles

A small collection of materials from workers struggles at Ford Dagenham plant from the 1960s through to the 1970s

Ed Emery Ford Struggles Collection

Thirteen folders of archives of struggles that took place at the Ford Dagenham plant between 1969 and the 1990s. This is one of the most comprehensive…

Eco Anarchist Collection

Nine boxes of international eco-anarchist journals from the 1990s were donated to the archive by activists who used to run the magazine “Do or Die”.…

Dissenting Ephemera – Tom Woolley

A collection of seven boxes of materials, including a large personal collection of documents relating to the student movement between 1968 and 1970…

Dissenting Ephemera – Steve Graby

A collection of radical ephemera, including pamphlets and journals. This collection comprises mainly anarchist materials produced the mid-2000s to the…

Dissenting Ephemera – Seth Wheeler

Seth Wheeler has deposited two boxes of materials. Some of this collection is personal papers regarding social movements during the cycle of struggles…

Dissenting Ephemera – Maurice Herson

A collection of 1970s ephemera. This includes an extremely rare short run of the Newcastle alternative paper Muther Grumble from 1971-1972, alongside…

Dissenting Ephemera – Housmans

A large collection of ephemera was donated from the basement of Housmans Bookshop. While this collection remains unsorted at present, it includes a…

Dissenting Ephemera – Crispin Aubrey

A large number of issues of Time Out, Private Eye, and City Limits – publications on which her late husband Crispin Aubrey worked – from the 1960s…

Dissenting Ephemera – Alex Bird

A collection of magazines and pamphlets. These include materials from the 1960s through to the 1990s, and range from communist and anarchist…

Cinema Action

Cinema Action was among several left-wing film collectives formed in the late sixties. The group started in 1968 by exhibiting in factories a film…

Black Struggles

A modest collection of material relating to Black Struggle in the UK includes copies of Race Today and Race & Class which were both offshoots of a…

Big Flame

Named after a play by Liverpudlian writer, Jim Allen, Big Flame started out in the early 70s as a rank and file newspaper that gradually developed…

Dissenting Ephemera - Roy Perry

Dissenting Ephemera - Steve Graby

Dissenting Ephemera - Keir Milburn

a box of issues of Solidarity, as well as a number of items from the Swansea section of Solidarity, of which Milburn’s father was a member. The box…

Dissenting Ephemera - Hermione Harris

A complete run of Race and Class, along with other pamphlets produced by the Institute of Race Relations, sit alongside six boxes of ephemera, which…