John Haynes presents the documentary project, ‘Mustard: Knowledge for What?’, which weaves together a series of filmed life story interviews with participants and archival documents. Part of Antiuniversity Now Festival 2018.
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Anarchist communists believe firmly in the possibility of working class revolution. This talk/discussion with the Anarchist Communist Group will first present anarchist communist ideas on revolution before opening up to general discussion about revolution today. Part of Antiuniversity Now Festival 2018.
Can alchemy be used for creative problem solving? This hands-on symbol development workshop investigates. The Institute for Social Morphology and Dream Development is a non-existent entity intended to bring about really existing transformations in the world. Part of Antiuniversity Now Festival 2018.
I don’t mind children, really. But what I mind is a logic of compulsive, reproductive futurity, which seems to permeate everything and control my life, even when I walk down the pavement. Join performance maker, writer and teacher, Eirini Kartsaki for a discussion. Part of Antiuniversity Now Festival 2018.
The proposed introductory session with the Feminist Library would revisit the Consciousness Raising practice of the Second Wave of the feminist movement, to bring together a discussion on feminist issues through a ‘personal is political’ lens creating a bottom-up, all-inclusive learning environment. Part of Antiuniversity Now Festival 2018.
Any talk of revolution is incomplete without recovery. Drug and alcohol use dominates perception of social interactions and political actions, from the inside and the outside. It also dominates the lives of many within activist circles. Join a group of activists in recovery for a discussion about Radical Sobriety. Part of Antiuniversity Now Festival 2018.
Through an interactive classroom session followed by a guided walk, David Rosenberg explores the complex and conflicted history of women’s battle for equality and political rights, how it was connected to the wider struggle to advance democracy, the birth of feminism, and women’s fights for equality and dignity in the workplace
This talk by Prof Joad Raymond is first in the series Writing Wrongs, curated by Deborah Lavin as part of the Heritage Lottery funded project Victorian Blogging.
Take inspiration from our nineteenth-century pamphlet collection to create your own zine! This workshop will give you an introduction to the history and uses of pamphlets and zines, showcase some of our own collections of nineteenth-century pamphlets and modern day zines, as well as giving you the opportunity to create your own.
At Philosophy Book Club we meet up regularly to discuss a key philosophical text that we read over several weeks or even months – philosophy is best digested slowly. Our first book will be Derek Parfit’s groundbreaking On What Matters, a powerful defence of objective ethical theory.
The Ubele Initiative in Partnership with Conway Hall Ethical Society invites you to join us for lunch followed by presentations and a conversation!
Carablanca is London’s longest-running tango club. The friendly, informal atmosphere ensures that beginners and visitors mix easily with the regular dancers. Music is traditional Argentine tango, milonga and vals, played in tandas with cortinas by guest DJs.