Mute is an online magazine dedicated to exploring culture and politics after the net. Mute combines biannual issues dedicated to specific topics (Precarious Labour, The Knowledge Commons, etc) with regularly updated articles and reviews. The site also features ongoing coverage of relevant news and events contributed by ourselves and our readers.
As well as the online magazine, Mute also publishes a biannual magazine in print (aka Mute Vol. 3), which features selections from current issues together with other online content, specially commissioned and co-published projects.
Radical history related things on Mute:
- Lore Turned Upside Down – A review of BRHW 2006 by BRHG in MetaMute (08/02/2007)
- A Walk in Oaxaca – An article by Peter Linebaugh in MetaMute about his visit to Oaxaca over the new year in 2007. (13/01/2007)
- Charters of Liberty in Black Face and White Face: Race, Slavery and the Commons – Peter Linebaugh exploring the Magna Carta and the commons and their relevance to just about the whole of the last 100o years of history. Published in MetaMute (23/11/2005)