Category Archives: Questions and Propositions

Report from Paris

“For a New Europe: University Struggles Against Austerity – Paris Statement”. See below the statement from the Edu-factory conference in Paris this weekend. Paris – Saint-Denis Meeting, 11-13 February 2011 Common Statement We, the student and precarious workers of Europe, … Continue reading

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Spaces of Alterity

Educational Spaces of Alterity Call for Contributions Nottingham Critical Pedagogy invites contributions for a day of workshops considering spaces (both inside and outside the academy) that may help challenge the dominance of neoliberal logics, alienated practices and Eurocentric hegemony in … Continue reading

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Reimagining the University Call for Papers This is not a postmortem… And the vote on the 9th December 2010 was not a death throe. This is an invitation for your theory, praxis and strategy to stimulate discussion of what the … Continue reading

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Adaptations, Adorno and experimental film workshops

Hello Goslings, Hope the new year is going well for all. We would like to invite creative folk of all ilk who are keen to share or develop their practice to engage with poems from thiscollection.org in any way shape … Continue reading

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School of Walls and Spaces, Copenhagen

As a response to the implementation of the Bologna-process at the Royal Danish Art Academy, The Movement of November the 26th. roamed through the rooms and hallways of the art academy, using the old castle as material for collective improvisation … Continue reading

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15 yr old speaks up

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Love is Action

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Direct ‘serious’ action is therefore what exactly?

“Direct action is activity undertaken by individuals, groups, or governments to achieve political, economic, or social goals outside of normal social/political channels. Direct action can include nonviolent and violent activities which target persons, groups, or property deemed offensive to the … Continue reading

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Free University of Glasgow

http://commonsensejournal.org.uk/files/2010/08/CommonSense02.pdf

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on Violence/Pacifism: A Class on the Philosophy and Politics

“We stand against the cuts, in solidarity with all the poor, elderly, disabled and working people affected. We are against all cuts and the marketisation of education. We are occupying the roof of Tory HQ to show we are against … Continue reading

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