Forthcoming or recent academic and cultural events, publications and so on of interest to this project. To suggest items to be posted here please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take a look at the 'Cr(y)sis 2015' blog created by Masters Students in Digital Media & Communications at The University of Nicosia, who are studying with Project Coordinator Mike Hajimichael.
University of Turku, Finland
Spaces and tactics of politics: Transnational connections, neoliberalisation and the reshaping of civil society.
Birkbeck, University of London
A one-day post-graduate led interdisciplinary conference organised by Luca Lapolla (Birkbeck), Diarmaid Kelliher(Glasgow) and Julie Russell (Exeter), as part of the Raphael Samuel History Centre‘s New Historians’ Network, funded by Department of History, Classics and Archaeology at Birkbeck, University of London.
There are 6 panels split over three sessions, with 2 panels running concurrently in each session. The day concludes with a roundtable featuring Dr Becky Taylor (Birkbeck), Dr Robbie Shilliam (QMUL), and Mike Jackson (Gays and Lesbians Support the Miners).
For more information go to the Radical History conference website.
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Human Rights Action Centre, London, EC2A 3EA
To celebrate the completion of After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto written by the late Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin, Soundings Journal is organising a one day conference to discuss and develop the ideas outlined in the Manifesto, and the seminars that accompanied each instalment.
Although the neoliberal economic settlement is unravelling, its political underpinning remains largely unchallenged. The analyses in The Kilburn Manifesto call into question the foundational assumptions of the neoliberal order, and argue for radical alternatives that are capable of challenging the system as a whole.
The conference will combine plenary discussions with smaller breakout sessions to build on the themes of the Manifesto, and to debate ways forward.
Participants from all backgrounds - academics, students, activists, journalists and commentators, or anyone interested in joining in the conversation - are welcome.
Following the conference, there will be a reception from 4.30pm - 6.30pm at 71a Leonard Street to launch the printed version of After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto and to honour its co-editor, Stuart Hall.
To find out more about the conference, please visit the Soundings website.
Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin founded Soundings in 1995. Doreen Massey is Emeritus Professor of Geography at The Open University. Michael Rustin is Professor of Sociology at the University of East London. Stuart Hall was Emeritus Professor at The Open University.