Monthly Archives: May 2008

AtHQ Round 2

With the second part of Attack the Headquarters coming up this Tue 27th (2-6pm, RHB 150, as before), would it be worth asking if there is anything in particular that participants would like to see happen differently from the first … Continue reading

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AtHQ – Education Privatization – Union Campaign

From the Uuniversties and College Union campaign update: Challenging the Market in Education – Conference takes the campaign up a gear More than 120 delegates attended UCU’s conference ‘Challenging the Market in Education’ last Saturday, another indication that this is … Continue reading

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AtHQ: Jennifer Bajorek

AtHQ session 14 May What I tried to say and would say again: 1. On the Centre as a disciplinary entity versus the Centre as inserted in an institution I was happy to hear from Luciana that we are done … Continue reading

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AtHQ: transversality – Luciana Parisi

Attack the Headquarters – this is Luciana’s presentation from after the break on the first session of AtHQ. Luciana Parisi – AtHQ: transversality When one thinks of attacking the headquarters, one assumes, especially in the context of the geneaological history … Continue reading

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AtHQ: Dangerous Ideas – Jeff Kinkle

‘A revolutionary career does not lead to banquets and honorary titles, interesting research and professorial wages. It leads to misery, disgrace, ingratitude, prison and a voyage into the unknown, illuminated by only an almost superhuman belief.’ Max Horkheimer The underlying … Continue reading

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AtHQ: Blindspots – James Burton

James Burton kicked off the first A-t-HQ session. This is what he had to say: Attack the Headquarters #1: Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, 14 May, 2008. My open question for all of us today and throughout Attack the Headquarters … Continue reading

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I'm just waiting on a friend

So, the idea is that Trinketization will temporarily become, for the next few weeks, a multi-authored blog about Attack the Headquarters at CCS. I will reconfigure the author privileges soon, just waiting on a chance to teach the wordpress code … Continue reading

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