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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 20 July 2017 of The Conversation est. 2011 The Conversation
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Explainer : 'Solarpunk', or How to Be an Optimistic Radical, Jennifer Hamilton , 2017 single work essay

'Punks (of the 70s and 80s kind) were not known for their optimism. Quite the opposite in fact. Raging against the establishment in various ways, there was “no future” because, according to the Sex Pistols, punks are “the poison / In your human machine / We’re the future / Your future”. To be punk, was, by definition, to resist the future.

'In contrast, the most basic definition of solarpunk — offered by musician and photographer Jay Springett — is that it is a movement in speculative fiction, art, fashion and activism' (Introduction)

Refuge in a Harsh Landscape – Australian Novels and Our Changing Relationship to the Bush, Margaret Hickey , 2017 single work essay

'In 1790, Watkin Tench, the first officer with the First Fleet and a member of the fledgling British colony, stood on what we now know to be “The Heads” of Sydney, hungry and pining for news of England ...' (Introduction)

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