Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)UB/CCCS/B
Extent29 boxes
DescriptionThe Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies held subscriptions to various magazines and journals that were relevent to the its intellectual and political activities. These included 'Spare Rib', the radical feminist magazine, 'Searchlight', the anti-fascist publication, and 'Ten.8', the photography journal that was established by Derek Bishton, Brian Homer and John Reardon in Birmingham with input from Roy Peters, who was at the Centre in the 1970s. These publication may have been used as teaching material, but it is more likely that they informed the Centre's work in a general way, by providing a context to debates and stimuli for future intellectual and political work
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