Monthly Archives: April 2014

Dissertation Defenses that Overlap with Class

“Power, Life and the Art of Government: Foucault’s Genealogy of Modern Politics” by Neil Brophy Wednesday, April 30th 2014 ~ 3pm to 5pm St. Augustine Center, DeLeon room 300 Reception to follow in The Philosophy Department Lounge     “Marx and … Continue reading

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May 1st March Route

Hey everyone! Gabriel posted the invitation for May Day already, I wanted to add this map to his post but couldn’t find a picture upload as a comment. Well, anyways, this is better visibility wise anyways. Here is the route May … Continue reading

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CFP—Enlightened Anarchism

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May 1st Protest Invitation

May 1st, Thursday, 4pm, Market and 15th Street. Let’s join together to FIGHT BACK against the 1% and return International Workers’ Day to its roots as a day that builds power for all of the working class, including the unemployed, … Continue reading

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Optional Reading: Chomsky’s Occupy (by Sean)

In Occupy, in a memorial to Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky gives a lot of the very basic history necessary for understanding the possibilities for revolution in the United States. I focus on his talk because it covers my chief concern … Continue reading

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Critical Theory Workshop in Paris

Some of you have seen this, but I wanted to share the link to the CTW website so that others have it as well (feel free to circulate it since the Workshop will take place every year).

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To Organize Without a Preface: On Rodrigo Nunes’ Organization of the Organizationless

This is an initial attempt at working out and synthesizing some thoughts on an excellent book by a friend of mine, Rodrigo Nunes. I think it relates to a few people’s projects, so my focus here has been mainly to … Continue reading

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