Monthly Archives: December 2011

En receso / In recess

Estaremos en receso hasta finales de enero del 2012

We will be in recess until the end of January 2012


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Posted by on 24/12/2011 in Uncategorized


Regalo de Navidad y Año Nuevo /A Christmas and New Year Gift

Como regalo durante esta época de navidad y año nuevo les queremos ofrecer una propuesta sobre las mejores 20 canciones políticas (en inglés) de todos los tiempos. Ustedes diran…

As our gift during the Christmas and New Year time we want to offer you a proposal on the top 20 political songs of all time in English language, as votedfor by New Statesman readers and members of the Political Studies Association. What do you think?

Para escuchar las canciones, junto con un comentario de Jonathan Derbyshire y el profesor John Street de la Asociación de Estudios Políticos, vaya a

To listen to the songs, together with a commentary by Jonathan Derbyshire and Professor John Street from the Political Studies Association, go to

1. Woody Guthrie – “This Land is your Land”

2. The Special AKA – “Free Nelson Mandela”
3. Bob Dylan – “The Times they are a-Changin'”
4. Billie Holiday – “Strange Fruit”
5. Claude de Lisle – “La Marseillaise
6. U2 – “Sunday Bloody Sunday”
7. Eugène Pottier – “The Internationale”
8. Robert Wyatt/Elvis Costello – “Shipbuilding”
9. Sex Pistols – “God Save the Queen”
10. William Blake – “Jerusalem”
11. The Who – “Won’t Get Fooled Again”
12. Rage Against the Machine – “Killing in the Name”
13. Tracy Chapman – “Talkin’ ’bout a Revolution”
14. Nina Simone – “Mississippi Goddam”
15. Marvin Gaye – “What’s Going On?”
16. Gil Scott-Heron – “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”
17. Bob Marley – “Redemption Song”
18. John Lennon – “Imagine”
19. Pete Seeger – “Where Have All the Flowers Gone”
20. Tom Robinson – “Glad to be Gay

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