The protagonist of Michael Ende’s The Neverending Story is endowed with the ability to create and destroy the world of imagination as he sees fit. Is this the ultimate power? By Dr. Saul Andreetti.
Dr. George D. Chryssides looks at the nature of power in religious communities, with particular reference to new religious movements, or “cults”, and how this power is used by leaders.
Professor Bill Ashcroft uses two very different examples of Indigenous art to look at how art and literature can have the capacity to speak to power by speaking beyond it in the context of twentieth-century conflict.