If one’s experience as a PhD student is dominated by hierarchy, perhaps that also says something about the changes occurring in academia more generally.
Through reflections on Occupy's politics, Heathwood Press has been at the forefront of a reconfiguration of critical theory for revolutionary practice.
As rebel geographies across the world grow increasingly disillusioned with the masquerade of liberal democracy, social explosions are sure to continue.
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"You can either try to do your best as an individual, or you'll have to somehow, together with others, fundamentally alter the existing social system."
Through a cinematic traversal of the city, Future Suspended traces the transformations of crisis-ridden public space in Athens and those who dwell in it.
While the international media focuses mostly on state repression, the deadly violence of the right-wing opposition goes almost entirely unmentioned.
Lacking clear political content, the Venezuelan protests are at the same time capitalized upon by the right and violently repressed by the government.
One of the most positive developments in the Bosnian protests has been the birth of direct democratic assemblies -- but some major challenges remain.
Don't be fooled by the sight of protests in Venezuela: this time the anti-democratic villains are not in government but in the US-backed opposition.
That the UK and EU would break up over money issues was no real surprise — but why is nobody talking about their extramarital affair with the banks?
Can capitalism with a human face still work in today’s world? Or is the market system just eternally chasing its own tail in a never-ending cycle of crisis?
When 5,000 liberals protest in Moscow, it’s front page news; but when 15,000 radicals rally in New York, they simply pretend it never happened.
Talk of a fiscal union and austerity in Italy merely serves to entertain the financial gods by sacrificing the people. None of it will prevent ‘Eurogeddon’.
The drive to stop foreclosures and squat bank property marks a radical shift from the occupation of public space to the public repossession of private property.
There is no better culmination to this year of protest than a global day of action to defend our inalienable human equity from those trying to take it away.
Far from posing a counter-hegemonic challenge to the dominant powers in the world, Foucault’s armchair philosophy simply made resistance impossible.
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Dozens killed and thousands injured as protesters take back Tahrir Square in a bid to reclaim their revolution and overthrow the military regime.
On Thursday, tens of thousands of Greeks took to the streets to commemorate the 1973 student uprising that eventually toppled the US-backed military junta.
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