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Who, or What, is John Kelsey? A Postscript

By Anon 12 June 2014

  I.   At the onset of the summer of 2013, a collection of Artforum articles by a prominent New York City artist, gallerist, and wr...

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BETWEEN URGENCY AND ABSTRACTION: CULTURAL STUDIES AFTER STUART HALL

By mute 27 May 2014

BETWEEN URGENCY AND ABSTRACTION : CULTURAL STUDIES AFTER STUART HALL Conference organised by the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmit...

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Call for submissions for Fungiculture

By mute 15 May 2014

ISSUE 1: COLLABORATIVE CULTIVATIONS   Fungiculture is the psychedelic journal for cultural studies: a space for the experimental and p...

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WHAT THE FUCK ARE THEY THINKING? GCC ENTER THE TWILIGHT ZONE

By Leon Trollsky 4 April 2014

A  Godzilla reboot starring Bryan Cranston may be this summer’s big film, but in Glasgow we won’t have to go as far as the multiplex to see a...

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Call for Submissions for Cesura//Acceso Journal

By Cesura // Acceso 28 January 2014

Cesura // Acceso Music That Never Surrenders: Journal for Music and Experimental Politics What is Cesura? Cesura//Acceso is a twice-...

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Ghost of Communism Past

By Ross Wolfe 8 January 2014

A report by Ross Wolfe A few months ago I attended the "Communist Currents" mini-conference at Cornell University in Ithaca. Douglas La R...

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Regrettable Necessities - A Short Attempt At a Long View

By Associated Secretaries of Public Safety 11 December 2013

When in March 2010 police and management connived in the eviction of an occupation at the University of Sussex, people were surprised at the willingne...

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The inconvenient Muslim: An evening to launch Homegrown

By mute 1 March 2017

“Muslims are only ever the object in an endless national conversation around Islam, rarely invited to define their own narratives. Homegrown ...

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Communities at the front-line of coal extraction

By Anne Harris 24 May 2016

Communities at the front-line of coal extraction “Mining is going on a hundred meters away. When they started blasting, all the dust was brought ...

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La Serveuse: Notes on the movement against the loi du travail

By waitress 24 May 2016

A collection of notes, no longer written by a waitress, no longer regarding only the mouvement contre le loi du travail – the French state's dr...

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Some Notes on Syriza

By Ady Amatia 5 February 2015

Five notes towards averting the most ideologically polarised reactions to Syriza’s victory in Greece (mostly for those not from Greece)   ...

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Whose Side Are You On? Response to Coco Fusco, ‘The State of Detention: Performance, Politics, and the Cuban Public’ (e-flux, 3 January 2015)

By RGN 29 January 2015

If anyone were to undertake a protest without official permission in or around Parliament Square – the putative heart of democracy in the UK – they should be aware that there was a high probability that they would be arrested. When Cuban artist, Tania Bruguera, announced, in December 2014, that she was intending to make a performance–protest in Havana’s best-known public square, despite having being denied official permission, her arrest was met with inevitable cries of censorship.

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In Conversation: George Caffentzis and John Barker

By mute 15 November 2013

*In Conversation: George Caffentzis and John Barker* To celebrate the recent release of *In Letters of Blood and Fire*, George Caffentzis and John...

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Antifascist and Hip hop artist, Killah P, murdered by neonazis in Greece

By Anon 18 September 2013

Pavlos Fyssas, a 34 year old antifascist and hip hop artist (Killah P), was murdered by Golden Dawn neonazis in Keratsini, a working class neighborhoo...

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Is the Egyptian Revolution Dead?

By Philip Rizk 16 July 2013

Philip Rizk on the meandering and swerves of the Egyptian 'Revolution', reposted from: http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/12895/is-the-egyptian-revo...

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END THE CRIMINALISATION OF PROTEST: THE CASE OF TRENTON OLDFIELD

By mute 25 June 2013

END THE CRIMINALISATION OF PROTEST: THE CASE OF TRENTON OLDFIELD Due to unusual circumstances, this is an unusual newsletter, though very much rel...

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Report on the London Counter-EDL demonstration

By Anonymous 28 May 2013

Some thoughts on the counter-EDL demonstration in London yesterday, and about the EDL in general:  1. The disproportion between EDL and anti-f...

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A Glossary of Subsumption

By The Public School & Post-Media Lab 22 January 2013

25-26 January, 2013 | 12-4pm Brunnenstr. 155 10115 Berlin map: http://goo.gl/maps/gD4NI near: U8 Bernauer Str. 26 January, 2013 | Closing ses...

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The Open Video Forum

By mute 12 December 2012

  The Open Video Forum - a joint effort of xm:lab, Mokolo.Labs and various international partners - brings European and African developers activ...

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