James Heartfield

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James Heartfield at an Audacity conference in 2002

Introduction

James Heartfield (originally born James Hughes), was born on 31 May 1961 and is an author and academic and an associate of the libertarian and anti-environmental LM network. He worked for the RCP as an 'organiser' in Islington and Manchester,[1] has written for Living Marxism, Culture Wars, Pro-Choice Forum and Spiked, speaks at the Battle of Ideas and the Birmingham Salon and is a director of building promoters Audacity. He is married to Eve Kay-Kreizman. He has been linked to longtime LM associate Will Deighton. [2] There has been at least one instance where they claim to be distinct and collaborators. [3]

Publications

Books

Journal articles, book chapters, research reports and pamphlets

Essays

1998

  • James Heartfield, USA under Foreign Occupation, in Kiddrie and Wedlock (eds) The Tree of Liberty, Vol.2, John Hopkins UP, 1998, p 751, ISBN-13: 978-0801858116

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

  • James Heartfield, Capitalism and anti-Capitalism, interventions, Vol. 5 (2), 2003
  • James Heartfield, You are not a White Woman! - Apolosi Nawai, the Fiji Produce Agency and the Trial of Stella Spencer in Fiji, 1915 scandal and rebellion in colonial Fiji, in the Journal of Pacific History, Volume 38, Number 1 / June 2003
  • James Heartfield, The economy of time, Cultural Trends 43&44, 2003

2004

2005

Popular press, magazines articles and web publications

1989

  • James Heartfield, 'Bash Street Kids Rool', Living Marxism, No. 12 - October 1989, p. 42.

1990

  • Mike Freeman, Charles Longford, James Heartfield and Gemma Forest, 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 47-50.
  • James Heartfield, 'Patrick Hughes interview: Putting the infinite in perspective', Living Marxism, No. 26 - December 1990, p. 42.

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

  • James Heartfield, 'For the tyranny of the majority', Living Marxism, No. 87 - February 1996, p. 27.
  • James Heartfield, 'Judges rule', Living Marxism, No. 89 - April 1996, p. 14.
  • James Heartfield, 'The Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 89 - April 1996, p. 43.
  • James Heartfield, 'The politics of the unreal world', Living Marxism, No. 92 - July/August 1996, p. 34.
  • James Heartfield, 'Civil liberties and the Sex Offenders' Register', Freedom & Law, August 1996
  • James Heartfield, 'Review of Blair's Gurus and What Needs to Change', Living Marxism, No. 93, September 1996, p. 46.
  • James Heartfield, 'Communal self-sacrifice', Living Marxism, No. 94 - October 1996, p. 24.
  • James Heartfield, 'US election puts politics aside', Living Marxism, No. 96 - December/January 1996/1997, p. 22.

1997

1998

1999

2000

  • James Heartfield, 'In Defence of Real Rights', Revolution, August 2000

2001

  • James Heartfield, 'Culture vultures', Spiked, 15 March 2001
  • James Heartfield, 'Friends, allies and enemies', Spiked, 16 November 2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

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2010

2011

2012

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2014

2015

2016

2017

Recent papers

  • Town and Country All Planned Out: the Worldwide Impact of the TCPA, Building Centre, 19 May 2007
  • Interviewing Litvinenko Centre for the Study of Democracy, Westminster University, 30 January 2007
  • Sprawl,Democracy Club, 14 November 2006
  • Superbia, Kingston University Suburban Studies Dayschool, September 2006

Resources

Postings to mailing lists by or about James Heartfield

  • This Google search retrieves postings by or about James Heartfield to mailing lists archived at mail-archive.com: "james heartfield" site:mail-archive.com. Many of these postings are to the Marxism-Thaxis list.
  • This Google search retrieves postings made by James Heartfield using a defunct email address: "Jim@heartfield.demon.co.uk". Some of the postings pertain to the ITN-LM group libel case.

Contact

Notes

  1. Vladimir Illich Lenin, The State and Revolution. The Marxist Theory of the State and the Tasks of the Proletariat in the Revolution. Introduction by James Heartfield London: Junius Publications Ltd; 1st. edition (1994) ISBN-10: 0948392185 ISBN-13: 978-0948392184,, Biographical note inside front cover
  2. "Who is Will Deighton?", Spinwatch website, accessed 23 May 2010
  3. "Defend Spinwatch’s Right to Free Speech by James Heartfield and Will Deighton", Metamute website, accessed 7 July 2010