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Showing a man lost in cultural limbo, and a Nigeria entering a new age of disillusionment, No Longer at Ease concludes Achebe's remarkable trilogy charting three generations of an African community under the impact of colonialism, the first two volumes of which are Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God.

In The Ecological Rift: Capitalism’s War on the Earth environmental sociologists John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark, and Richard York offer a radical assessment of both the problem and the solution. They argue that the source of our ecological crisis lies in the paradox of wealth in capitalist society, which expands individual riches at the expense of public wealth, including the wealth of nature. In the process, a huge ecological rift is driven between human beings and nature, undermining the conditions of sustainable existence: a rift in the metabolic relation between humanity and nature that is irreparable within capitalist society, since integral to its very laws of motion.

Critically examining the sanguine arguments of mainstream economists and technologists, Foster, Clark, and York insist instead that fundamental changes in social relations must occur if the ecological (and social) problems presently facing us are to be transcended. Their analysis relies on the development of a deep dialectical naturalism concerned with issues of ecology and evolution and their interaction with the economy. Importantly, they offer reasons for revolutionary hope in moving beyond the regime of capital and toward a society of sustainable human development.

To order your free examination copy of  The African Trilogy , complete the form below and click the “submit” button.

Showing a man lost in cultural limbo, and a Nigeria entering a new age of disillusionment, No Longer at Ease concludes Achebe's remarkable trilogy charting three generations of an African community under the impact of colonialism, the first two volumes of which are Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God.

In The Ecological Rift: Capitalism’s War on the Earth environmental sociologists John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark, and Richard York offer a radical assessment of both the problem and the solution. They argue that the source of our ecological crisis lies in the paradox of wealth in capitalist society, which expands individual riches at the expense of public wealth, including the wealth of nature. In the process, a huge ecological rift is driven between human beings and nature, undermining the conditions of sustainable existence: a rift in the metabolic relation between humanity and nature that is irreparable within capitalist society, since integral to its very laws of motion.

Critically examining the sanguine arguments of mainstream economists and technologists, Foster, Clark, and York insist instead that fundamental changes in social relations must occur if the ecological (and social) problems presently facing us are to be transcended. Their analysis relies on the development of a deep dialectical naturalism concerned with issues of ecology and evolution and their interaction with the economy. Importantly, they offer reasons for revolutionary hope in moving beyond the regime of capital and toward a society of sustainable human development.

Presented by Luminato in association with Harbourfront Centre . Co-commissioned by Luminato and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival .

The Africa Trilogy is an international trilogy of plays examining the relationship between Africa and the West from three distinct points of view. Our core creative team of 3 writers and 3 directors comes from 3 regions: Africa, Europe, and North America. Joining them is a team of 11 performers and a production staff (totaling close to 60) hailing from Canada, Cameroon, Germany, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Rwanda, South Africa, Sweden, UK, the USA, and Zimbabwe. The majority of these artists now live in Toronto.

The three plays will be presented together in one evening with two intermissions (approximately 3.5 hours) at Harbourfront’s Fleck Theatre, Toronto, June 10-20, 2010.

To order your free examination copy of  The African Trilogy , complete the form below and click the “submit” button.

Showing a man lost in cultural limbo, and a Nigeria entering a new age of disillusionment, No Longer at Ease concludes Achebe's remarkable trilogy charting three generations of an African community under the impact of colonialism, the first two volumes of which are Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God.

In The Ecological Rift: Capitalism’s War on the Earth environmental sociologists John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark, and Richard York offer a radical assessment of both the problem and the solution. They argue that the source of our ecological crisis lies in the paradox of wealth in capitalist society, which expands individual riches at the expense of public wealth, including the wealth of nature. In the process, a huge ecological rift is driven between human beings and nature, undermining the conditions of sustainable existence: a rift in the metabolic relation between humanity and nature that is irreparable within capitalist society, since integral to its very laws of motion.

Critically examining the sanguine arguments of mainstream economists and technologists, Foster, Clark, and York insist instead that fundamental changes in social relations must occur if the ecological (and social) problems presently facing us are to be transcended. Their analysis relies on the development of a deep dialectical naturalism concerned with issues of ecology and evolution and their interaction with the economy. Importantly, they offer reasons for revolutionary hope in moving beyond the regime of capital and toward a society of sustainable human development.

Presented by Luminato in association with Harbourfront Centre . Co-commissioned by Luminato and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival .

The Africa Trilogy is an international trilogy of plays examining the relationship between Africa and the West from three distinct points of view. Our core creative team of 3 writers and 3 directors comes from 3 regions: Africa, Europe, and North America. Joining them is a team of 11 performers and a production staff (totaling close to 60) hailing from Canada, Cameroon, Germany, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Rwanda, South Africa, Sweden, UK, the USA, and Zimbabwe. The majority of these artists now live in Toronto.

The three plays will be presented together in one evening with two intermissions (approximately 3.5 hours) at Harbourfront’s Fleck Theatre, Toronto, June 10-20, 2010.

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