Reading list, 19 August 2018

Moving writing by Chris Barton on travelling with his partner in the process of writing about the journey to Treblinka. ‘Where have you been?’: An essay on heritage, the holocaust, and architecture

Some professional interest in a story about the PACE scheme by Adam Goodall. The Difficult History and Precarious Future of the PACE Programme

Panic at the museum and the importance of curators, Nic Rawlence on restructuring. Critically endangered but not lost: the fight to save Te Papa’s collections from extinction

There’s strength in politicians admitting they don’t know the answer, at least in Barcelona. Barcelona’s Experiment in Radical Democracy

The neoliberals have everything to thank the hippies for. Everything that is wrong is the fault of ’68: regaining cultural hegemony by trashing the left

Secure websites are an equity issue for people on low bandwidth. Securing Web Sites Made Them Less Accessible

And finally from my favourite high school English teacher, Linda Burgess, the Original WAG. The first WAGs: A 1970s All Black wife on rugby and women’s lib