Movement & Mobilization

The Long Shadow of May ’68

Fifty years on, contemporary social struggles continue to be shaped in profound ways by the ambivalent legacy of “The Long 1968.”

Commons & Cooperation

The revenge against the commons of the ZAD

Why French police, in its biggest operation since May 68, is prepared to kill for Macron’s neoliberal nightmare — and how the ZAD fought back.

Education & Emancipation

Academic alienation: freeing cognitive labor from the grip of capitalism

In the neoliberal university, intellectual labor has largely become inscribed into the machine of knowledge production. We need to think of new ways of resisting.

Borders & Beyond

The world’s deadliest border: a photo reportage

Reading list for MPhil module in Sociology at the University of Cambridge.

The Birdcage

A filmic experiment investigating the relationship between politics and economics, against a backdrop of democratic deficits, capital controls and soft European coups d’état.

Their Land, Our Home

About to be evicted from their homes, the last residents of Santa Filomena reflect on their lives in an informal neighborhood on the outskirts of Lisbon.

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