[ 16 May 2013; 17:30 to 19:30. ] CCSR 2013 Annual Lecture: Tariq Ali
Tag Archives: politics
[ 27 March 2013; 18:30 to 20:30. ] Presented in association with Iniva, the fourth and final event in the Centre for Cultural Studies Research seminar series Culture & Polity explores the question of public policy. As the government’s austerity drive continues to whittle away arts funding while ministers question the very value of the arts, how should artists and arts bodies respond? [...]
[ 6 March 2013; 17:00 to 19:30. ] The third seminar in CCSR’s Culture & Polity series in which our invited speakers examine the city as both a concept and as a space marked by social and cultural divisions and in which conflicting notions of community emerge.
[ 6 February 2013; 14:00 to 16:30. ] Second seminar in Culture & Polity series investigating the post-neoliberal subject as produced by the strategies of behavioural economics, security screening and the discourse of virology.
[ 5 December 2012; 14:00 to 17:00. ] First seminar in Culture & Polity series investigating networked digital technologies.
[ 7 March 2012; 14:00 to 18:30. ] Centre for Cultural Studies Research presents
Music, Politics, Agency: Gender, Sexuality and Sound
Wednesday 7 March 2012
UEL’s Docklands Campus
(ground floor, main building, turn left upon entering the main square after leaving Cyprus DLR (which is situated at the campus))
Free. All welcome. No need to book.
Lisa Blanning (The Wire), A Feminist Reading of Gangsta Rap
Freya Jarman-Ivens (University of Liverpool), [...]
CCSR’s ‘The Art of Protest’ seminar – which looked at the art and music of the recent student protests – took place yesterday (2nd March 2011) and was a well attended event that produced a stimulating discussion. Listen to full audio recordings of Dan Hancox’s, Adam Harper’s and Jesse Darling’s papers here (The Art Of [...]
[ 8 September 2011 to 9 September 2011. ] Radical Foucault – A One Day Conference. Introduction and call for papers
Politics of Pain event takes place against the background of student protests.
[ 16 February 2011; 14:00 to 16:00. ] University of East London, Docklands Campus, Room: EB.G.10
The idea of job creation and job cuts, working and what to do with those who aren’t working, lies at the heart of the coalition government’s reform programme. The plan is simple: public sector jobs and the welfare state are to be cut radically, while the private sector [...]