After more than two decades, the Monitor is rebooting to seize new political opportunities and adapt to technological challenges. To reach that audience, in a post–Web 2.0 age, the Monitor needed to be much more than a bulletin, so we’re giving it a little pop.
We will continue to cover inequality, climate change, trade and investment agreements, technology, labour and other issues, but with a much higher quotient of CCPA research and original feature articles you won’t find anywhere else. And though we will publish six issues per year compared to the previous 10, they will be longer and easier to read (and in colour!), giving us more time to prepare, and you more time to read, each one. This is more than a facelift. It’s a chance to really show off what the CCPA has to offer in a format that we hope appeals to both current and new readers.
Click the button above to download this issue of the Monitor or click to read a selection of articles below:
- Subaltern Englishness, by Chandra Siddan
- Elect Us™: Values politics, branding, and the 2015 federal election campaign, by Richard Nimijean
- Putting the critical (back) into makerspaces, by Laura Pinto
- Editorial: What is C-51 for?, by Stuart Trew