Neoliberalismo, elecciones en EEUU, fuerzas antidemocráticas y revueltas sociales

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Conversas Latino-Americanas 12 Nov. 20:00 (3 pm PST) Ciclo debates feministas Neoliberalismo, elecciones en EEUU, fuerzas anti-democráticas y revueltas sociales Wendy Brown, Filósofa y politóloga, University of California, Berkeley. Conversa con Verónica Gago. El Inst. Eqüit, junto a la Red de Género y Comercio, el GIIF – Grupo de Intervención Investigación Feminista – y con el apoyo del Fondo de Mujeres del Sur, lxs invita a participar del Ciclo de debates feministas Conversas Latino-americanas.

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Michael Walzer and Yanis Varufakis at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (IFDT) “Horizons of Freedom”

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The Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory presents “Horizons of Freedom Zoom Seminar” from October 29th to 30th: Michael Walzer, Horizons of Freedom: On Political Action Thursday, October 29, 16:00 – 18:00 Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/93531254887 Michael Walzer’s main recommendation in his book Political action: A practical Guide to Movement Politics to the engaged actors is to focus their attention on concrete issues and arguments and to acknowledge that this approach does not necessarily lead to grand theories of social change. However, his insights still escape the ever-increasing fragmentation of the public sphere generated by the various forms of neoliberal regimes. …

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Global Studies Gateway Series: The Myth of Economic Development

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Ndongo Samba Sylla Research and Programme Manager for the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Tuesday, October 13, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time Click here to register. Sponsored by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies and the Institute for African Development at Cornell University. Dr. Ndongo Samba Sylla will present a lecture articulated on what Celso Furtado, the late Brazilian economist, called the “myth of economic development.”  A Senegalese development economist, Sylla will defend the view that the Covid-19 pandemic could be seized as an opportunity to break from the dominant economic paradigm in Africa in favor of alternative models more equalitarian and more …

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Debt and Property Violence Workshop

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Organizers: Verónica Gago and Luci Cavallero (GIIF-UBA) in collaboration with the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs (ICCTP) August 20, 2020 4:00 pm, Buenos Aires  Organized by GIIF (Grupo de Investigación e Intervención Feminista, Feminist Investigation and Intervention Group, at the University of Buenos Aires) in collaboration with the ICCTP, this is the first workshop in the ICCTP’s series on “Debt, Vulnerability, and Forms of Care.” The workshop focuses on the relationship between debt and social reproduction along three main lines of inquiry. The first concerns access to housing, which has become a key terrain for the production of debt …

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The Million Book Project: The Power of Freedom Libraries Special Event Featuring Reginald Dwayne Betts and Elizabeth Alexander

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Join Reginald Dwayne Betts, poet and legal scholar, in a conversation with Elizabeth Alexander, renowned poet, educator, memoirist, and president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, on Thursday, July 30th at 5 pm EDT for the special event “The Million Book Project: The Power of Freedom Libraries” about the launch of The Million Book Project and the liberating power of literature. Please RSVP for this virtual event by clicking HERE.  (Registration required!) The Million Book Project, spearheaded by Mr. Betts, marks the first major grant since the announcement of the Foundation’s new strategic direction – one that grounds all its …

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Art in Our Moment: A Conversation with Kiyan Williams and Gioncarlo Valentine

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July 9, 2020, 6:30 p.m. Join artists Kiyan Williams (they/them) and Gioncarlo Valentine (he/they) for a conversation about their aesthetic practice in our moment of explicit anti-black and anti-trans*, nonbinary, and gender-nonconforming violence, threaded with—and refused by—collective action and care. Moderated by Isaac Jean-François (he/him) Please RSVP to irwgs@columbia.edu for Zoom Link. About the Speakers Gioncarlo Valentine (b. 1990) is an award winning American photographer and writer. Valentine hails from Baltimore City and attended Towson University, in Maryland. Backed by his seven years of social work experience, his work focuses on issues faced by marginalized populations, most often focusing his lens …

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Conversations on The Black Register and Resolutely Black

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Join the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs on Zoom for two inaugural events in a series of interventions organized by the Critical South book series. These events will put two recently published books on Blackness and decoloniality into timely conversation with our current political moment. Tuesday, June 16 10:00 am PDT / 7:00 pm SAST The Black Register, a conversation with Tendayi Sithole (University of South Africa), Victoria Collis-Buthelezi (University of Johannesburg), and Thabang Monoa (University of Johannesburg), moderated by David Theo Goldberg (UC Irvine). Tendayi Sithole’s The Black Register asks: how have Black thinkers confronted and made sense of a world structured by anti-Blackness, a world that militates …

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