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Upcoming Workshop: June 7th at University of Leicester

Protest Camps and Beyond: Temporality, Informality, Memory and Care Camps offer an increasingly visible form of housing and shelter in the contemporary world. Notionally temporary, camps seem to form a permanent social reality reflecting an increasingly permanent state of crisis … Continue reading

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AAG 2017 Panel Session: Protest Camps

The politics of Care and Social Reproduction in contemporary social movement politics  AAG 2017 Panel Session Organised by Protest Camps Research collective Though their history is much longer, since the uprisings and protests of 2011, protest camps have gained prominence … Continue reading

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Workshop Announcement: (Re)thinking Protest Camps: governance, spatiality, affect and media

Booking is now open for this free one day workshop, “(Re)thinking Protest Camps: governance, spatiality, affect and media” to be held on Tuesday 26 June 2012 at the University of Leicester, UK. Instructions and an online form to reserve a place … Continue reading

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How to Draw Capitalism? Iconography and the Occupy Movement

Last Wednesday the Creative Resistance Research Network hosted the first ‘How to Draw Capitalism‘ workshop at Occupy Finsbury Square. Sat in a circle as the sky drew dark and air turned cold, a dozen occupiers huddled around a splattering of … Continue reading

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