ANARCHISM TODAY Encounters with the Humanities and Social Sciences Workshop at Goldsmiths

ANARCHISM TODAY: Encounters with the Humanities and Social Sciences Workshop at Goldsmiths

Friday 26 October 2012–10-6pm, Richard Hoggart Building Room 144.

Speakers include: Allan Antliff, Mohammed Bamyeh, Alexandre Christoyannaopoulos, David Graeber, Carissa Honeywell, Ruth Kinna, Carl Levy, Saul Newman, Chris Rossdale and Judith Suissa.

This is a day long workshop that will explore the meaning and significance of anarchism today in the humanities and social sciences, as well its relevance to contemporary struggles and movements such as Occupy and the Arab Spring. The workshop is sponsored by: the Department of Politics, the Research Unit in Governance and Democracy (RUGD), the Research Unit in Politics and Ethics (RUPE) at Goldsmiths; and the Anarchist Studies Network (PSASpecialist Group for the Study of Anarchism).

*Please contact Professor Carl Levy (c.levy@gold.ac.uk) and/or Professor Saul Newman (s.newman@gold.ac.uk) for details and to RSVP.

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