This is a book about pirate kings, real and imagined. It's also about a time and place where it is very difficult to tell the difference between the two
What Is Anarchism? includes a series of dialogues with different people about what they understand by "anarchy" and "anarchism."
This is a book about Kings. Where did they come from? How did anyone ever think it would be a bright idea to take one fairly random person and let them do whatever they want? What are the implications and why is it so incredibly difficult to get rid of them?
From childhood, we read stories about rich and poor, about kings and commoners, about enormous treasures and adventurers.
But what is “Wealth”?
This book is a drawing book, a coloring book, and a notebook. It shows parts of Dutch paintings from the Hermitage Museum in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Draw in it! Write in it! Paint it! Color it! Now it’s your book, and it’s up to you to make it a unique work of art... Come into
This book is a game. Let's invent a new nation together, while thinking about where the word "nationality" comes from and how it is viewed in different cultures.
Why do people go to school? When and how were schools created? And do we really need them?
This book is about protests which were organized by people in different countries and pursued different aims.
This book is a collection of stories about the relationship to the private and the public by different people: artists and politicians, activists and fashion designers, religious figures and, most importantly, children who participated in the workshops of the A4kids project.
What is a city? How is it constructed? Let’s together imagine a city in which you and I would love to live!
The common family has only been around for a short time – it emerged during the industrial revolution.
Some of us is living in the countries, where person cannot get medical help or education, if they do not have money.
What is labor? Is being unemployed a bad thing or a good thing? How much should a person work: a lot or very little?