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.

New Arena Rising…

A new Arena for dangerous times: responding to world events and cultural trajectories—participating in the emerging debates

Informit: Gestation for all genders? [Book Review]

Review(s) of: Full surrogacy now: Feminism against family, by Sophie Lewis, Verso, 2019.

Informit: New Arena Rising

What Greta Means

No death cult here: broadening and deepening the eco-protest

Informit: What greta means

A Vessel for Our Hopes?, by Alison Caddick

Identity and emotion appear to be playing a role in politics neither tapped in opinion polls nor understood very well by politicos of the Left, and the centre-Left especially.

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an older left progressive outlook is combined with Development as a primary value, the notion of the social itself is superseded.