Technology The Class Politics of Office Technology Windows on the Workplace: computers, jobs and the organization of office work By Joan Greenbaum Monthly Review Press, 2004, £12-00 Reviewed by Michael Fisher in Socialism Today, June 2005, No. 92 http://www.socialismtoday.org/92/office.html Film Reviews Revolution on the screen - The Battleship Potemkin by Sergei Eisenstein, 1925 shown at the 55th Berlin Film Festival Reviewed by Aron Amm ONE HIGHLIGHT of this year’s Berlin Film Festival was the re-screening of Sergei Eisenstein’s The Battleship Potemkin. http://www.socialismtoday.org/92/potemkin.html Gay HIV/Aids inequality HIV, the virus that causes Aids, continues to spread. Over the last 30 years, attention has shifted from the gay scene in the US, where the disease first appeared, to the neo-colonial countries. In sub-Saharan Africa, Aids is causing havoc to whole peoples and already fragile economies. It is beginning to break into the general populations of China, India and Russia. MANNY THAIN reports on this global catastrophe. in Socialism Today, March 2005, No. 90 http://www.socialismtoday.org/90/aids.html Science Einstein year This year marks not only 50 years since the death of Albert Einstein (18 April, 1955) but, more importantly, 100 years since 1905 – the year in which he made three major separate contributions to the birth of modern physics. GEOFF JONES, below, describes his scientific impact while SENAN (page 24) reviews a recently published collection of the physicist’s political writings. http://www.socialismtoday.org/92/einstein.html Biography/Women/France/Lab Hist Rebel to the core - Louise Michel Edited by Nic Maclellan (part of the Rebel Lives series) Ocean Press, 2004, £9.99 Reviewed by Sarah Sachs-Eldridge TEACHER, REVOLUTIONARY, lover, writer, fighter, feminist and anti-imperialist are just some of the words that could be used to describe Louise Michel. Living in late 19th century Paris, at a time of turmoil, she seems to have spent every second of her life passionately organising, orating and opposing all forms of oppression. Biography Rebel to the core - Louise Michel Edited by Nic Maclellan (part of the Rebel Lives series) Ocean Press, 2004, £9.99 Reviewed by Sarah Sachs-Eldridge TEACHER, REVOLUTIONARY, lover, writer, fighter, feminist and anti-imperialist are just some of the words that could be used to describe Louise Michel. Living in late 19th century Paris, at a time of turmoil, she seems to have spent every second of her life passionately organising, orating and opposing all forms of oppression. France Rebel to the core - Louise Michel Edited by Nic Maclellan (part of the Rebel Lives series) Ocean Press, 2004, £9.99 Reviewed by Sarah Sachs-Eldridge TEACHER, REVOLUTIONARY, lover, writer, fighter, feminist and anti-imperialist are just some of the words that could be used to describe Louise Michel. Living in late 19th century Paris, at a time of turmoil, she seems to have spent every second of her life passionately organising, orating and opposing all forms of oppression. Lab Hist Rebel to the core - Louise Michel Edited by Nic Maclellan (part of the Rebel Lives series) Ocean Press, 2004, £9.99 Reviewed by Sarah Sachs-Eldridge TEACHER, REVOLUTIONARY, lover, writer, fighter, feminist and anti-imperialist are just some of the words that could be used to describe Louise Michel. Living in late 19th century Paris, at a time of turmoil, she seems to have spent every second of her life passionately organising, orating and opposing all forms of oppression. Women/France Rebel to the core - Louise Michel Edited by Nic Maclellan (part of the Rebel Lives series) Ocean Press, 2004, £9.99 Reviewed by Sarah Sachs-Eldridge TEACHER, REVOLUTIONARY, lover, writer, fighter, feminist and anti-imperialist are just some of the words that could be used to describe Louise Michel. Living in late 19th century Paris, at a time of turmoil, she seems to have spent every second of her life passionately organising, orating and opposing all forms of oppression.