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The student movement at Stanford has succeeded in forcing the university to divest: more here.
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
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
§14. Mapping the Contemporary Revolutionary Conjuncture (4/25 from 5-7:30 p.m. at The Wooden Shoe)
Thanks to the absolutely relentless support we have received from around the world, Northeastern University has backed down on the suspension of Students for Justice in Palestine! We are reinstated and will be fully functional for the fall semester. This … Continue reading
Nietzsche and Foucault – The Challenge of Genealogy and Revolutionary Practice (optional reading blog post) In a 1975 interview, Michel Foucault breaks his self-imposed silence on his relationship with the thought of Friedrich Nietzsche. Foucault underscores Nietzsche’s importance in the … Continue reading