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CCSR Annual Lecture 2013: Tariq Ali

16 May 2013
17:30to19:30

TA_Cafe Oto_ 8_11_10 (1)CONFLICTING  LEGACIES, HUGO CHAVEZ AND MARGARET THATCHER: Neo-liberalism and new wars versus social justice and peace

Tariq Ali is a writer and filmmaker. He has written over two dozen books on world politics and history. His novels, including the series known as the ‘Islam Quintet’, have been translated into many languages. He is a longstanding editor of the New Left Review and writes regularly for the London Review of Books and the Guardian

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Mica Nava talks in the U.S.

Mica Nava, professor of cultural studies and co-director of the Centre for Cultural Studies Research in the School of Humanities and Social Science, has been invited to the US in November to give talks about her book Visceral Cosmopolitanism and her current research on women social investigators and race relations research in Britain in 1950s and 1960s. She will be speaking at the Department of Visual and Critical Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on 11 November, the Department of History at the University of Michigan on 15 November, and the Department of Political Science at CUNY Graduate Center on 18 November.