Articles by: Alison Caddick

Author Biography:

Alison Caddick is Editor of Arena (third series), was co-editor of Arena Magazine and is an Arena Publications Editor. With a background in the history and philosophy of science, politics and social studies, she writes on techno-science, the body and prospects for social and cultural change.

Informit: A vessel for our hopes?

Latrobe Valley Power, by Alison Caddick

Our Power, a documentary and community process negotiating a post-carbon future

Informit: Latrobe valley power

Our Power, a documentary and community process negotiating a post-carbon future.

The Sense of an Ending?, by Alison Caddick

Circumstances, and sorting them through, may bring us now to a much clearer knowledge of the sources of human precariousness.

Informit: The sense of an ending?

Labor’s Progress, by Alison Caddick

In our world today where an older left progressive outlook is combined with Development as a primary value, the notion of the social itself is superseded.

Informit: Labor’s progress

Religious Value, by Alison Caddick

On both sides of this politics there is an often rabid concern with boundaries and differences—think Manus Island and Border Force, but also no-platforming and trigger warnings.

Informit: Religious value

Alt-Right Dreaming, by Alison Caddick

One of the vastly different aspects of anything that can be considered cultural politics today is its expression as identity politics, and as pointed out by others, the alt-Right itself fits this description.

Informit: Alt-right dreaming

‘To the Edge of Freedom’: May ’68 and Now, by Alison Caddick

Here, then, in Paris, in one of the heartlands of the Western tradition/logos, in one of the oldest universities in the world, there seems to have been a sense that the whole of existence was being newly lifted into the political.