This extended illustrated article appeared in Amuseum: The Playful Magazine that Sees Objects Differently. It was based on Annebella Pollen's book, The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift: Intellectual Barbarians, and an interview with Pollen that structured the content of the article. It explored the intellectual and ideological basis of Kibbo Kift, a utopian English camping and campaign group of the 1920s. The article considered their aims and ambitions in the period, while evaluating their cultural legacies in the twenty-first century.
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|Published - 1 Jun 2016