'Lenin Reloaded: And engaged in friendly fire?', Variant, No. 31 (Spring 2008); 'Who or You to Tell me to Question Authority?: Radical Education in a proto-fascist era.', Variant, No. 29 (Summer 2007); ‘Behind, and beyond, the barricades’ in The Jewish Chronicle, 20 July, 2001; Occasional contributor to various campaign websites, ‘zines and papers, 1997 to date.
Conferences and Workshops
Invited speaker on Invited speaker on ‘Radical Modesty’, Rhetorics of Moderation: Politics and pragmatics (ESRC seminar series): Huddersfield University (June 2011)
Invited speaker on ‘The Ethics of Anti-Fascism’ at Radical Perspectives on Fascism /Anti-fascism workshop, Queen Mary, University of London (May 2011)
Delivered Paper ‘Tory Anarchism’, PSA Workshops in Political Theory , Manchester Metropolitan University. PSA Worskop (August 2010)
Delivered paper 'Anarchism and Marxism: The beginnings and ends of the schism….', Anarchist Studies Network (PSA Specialist Group) conference, September 2009.
Co-organised panels and delivered paper 'Anarchism, Post-Anarchism and Ethics' for the Anarchism and Moral Philosophy panel, Anarchist Studies Network (PSA Specialist Group) conference, September 2008.
Delivered paper 'Revolutionary Modesty' for the Re-Imaging Revolution panel, Anarchist Studies Network (PSA Specialist Group) conference, September 2008.
Delivered a plenary address 'Paternalism and vanguardism' at the Civil Rights, Liberties and Disobedience conference, Centre for the Study of International Governance, Loughborough University, July 2007.
Delivered conference paper 'Virtues and Anarchism: A non-essentialist account' at Alasdair MacIntyre's Revolutionary Aristotelianism: Ethics, Resistance and Utopia, held at London Metropolitan University, June 2007.
Delivered paper ‘Questioning Post-anarchism in the Age of Security’ at the Political Studies Association conference, Reading University, April 2006.
Delivered paper ‘British Anarchisms and the Miners’ Strike’ at The Miners’ Strike 20 years On conference, University of Northumbria, June 2004.
Delivered paper ‘Conflict between Fascism and Anarchism in The Wicker Man’, The Wicker Man: Readings Rituals and Reactions conference, University of Glasgow Crichton Campus, July 2003.
Organiser of the conference, The Wicker Man: Readings Rituals and Reactions conference, University of Glasgow Crichton Campus, July 2003.
Delivered paper ‘The Direct Action Ethic’ at Alternative Futures and Popular Protest Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, April 2001.
Chaired panel and delivered paper ‘Political violence and Direct Action’ at Representations of Violence, the Violence of Representation conference University of Nottingham, July 2000.
Delivered paper ‘Anarchist Revolutionary Subjects’ at the Conference of Socialist Economists, University of London, June 2000.
Delivered Paper ‘New Left/New Right’ at the Art Historians conference, Courthauld Institute, April 1996.
Helped create websites for radical environmental and community groups, also written for non-commercial press. Been interviewed by the BBC and RTE discussing on his research on anti-capitalisms. Listed in Political Studies Association Media Register of Experts under Anarchisms, Direct Action and Political Theory. Keen football fan, supports a variety of useless teams, and writes occasionally for fanzines and fansites. Also enjoys cinema and live (if somewhat sickly) comedy.