pdficon_small‘Gezi Park: a message of support’ [written in early June 2013 and published in Turkish translation in Otonom(www.otonomdergisi.org) No. 28 (July-September 2013).]

pdficon_small‘Occupy – A Discussion Contribution’ [written jointly by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding, and posted on the Heathwood Institute and Press website (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 17 September 2013]

pdficon_small‘On “Liberalism” and Occupy’ [written jointly by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding, and posted on the Heathwood Institute and Press website (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 20 November 2013]

pdficon_small‘Alternative horizons – understanding Occupy’s politics’ [written by R.C. Smith, Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding and published online by openDemocracy (http://opendemocracy.net) on 6 December 2013]

pdficon_small‘Heathwood: Critical Theory for Revolutionary Practice’ [written jointly by Richard Gunn, Robert Smith and Adrian Wilding, and published online by ROAR Magazine (http://roarmag.org) on 4 March 2014]

pdficon_smallOCCUPY TALKS [published online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 22 August 2014] (Note: The paper is a reworked version of talks given at Word Power Books, Edinburgh, between 12 August and 15 August 2014. The texts as presented were designed to be spoken rather than read.)

pdficon_smallYES, BUT [published online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 12 September 2014 and by Bella Caledonia (bellacaledonia.org.uk) on 14 September 2014] (Note: The paper, which addresses a Scottish audience, was written shortly before the 18 September 2014 referendum on Scottish independence.)

pdficon_small‘New Priorities’ [published online by Bella Caledonia (bellacaledonia.org.uk) on 4 October 2014 and by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 6 October 2014] (Note: The paper follows on from ‘YES, BUT’: see previous website item.)

pdficon_small‘Occupy and Prefiguration – A Roundtable Discussion’ [written, in the form of an email discussion, by Adrian Wilding, Richard Gunn, R.C. Smith, Christian Fuchs and Michael Ott and published online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 10 November 2014]

pdficon_small‘Message of Support to the Students of Amsterdam and the LSE’ (March 2015) [drafted by Richard Gunn and Adrian Wilding and posted, with signatures, on Occupy LSE – Free University of London (facebook.com) and UvA Staff for a New University (rethinkuva.org)]

pdficon_small‘Assemblies for Democracy: A Theoretical Framework’ [written jointly by Richard Gunn, R.C. Smith and Adrian Wilding and posted on Assemblies for Democracy website (assembliesfordemocracy.org) on 14 July 2015; published in Heathwood Journal of Critical Theory Vol. 1, Issue 1 (2015)]

pdficon_small‘A Trajectory to Real Democracy’ [posted on Assemblies for Democracy website (assembliesfordemocracy.org) on 15 September 2015] (On 23 August 2015, at Word Power Books, Edinburgh, Penny Cole and Richard Gunn spoke on ‘How assemblies can inspire real democracy’. ‘A Trajectory’ summarises RG’s contribution.)

pdficon_small‘Emancipation, Recognition, Democracy: A Talk on Occupy-style Politics’ [revised version of a talk given to Morningside Justice and Peace Group (www.morningsidejandp.org), Edinburgh, on 14 October 2015; published online by Heathwood Institute and Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) on 4 November 2015]