Monthly Archives: November 2008

The double crisis of the university and the global economy

[Info from the people at Mute] Talk: Wednesday 26 November 2008 at 4pm Goldsmiths University of London – Warmington Tower 1210 For a number of weeks in Italy the entire education system – from universities to elementary schools, from students … Continue reading

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Taiwan talk Dec 14 2008

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Culture University Firesale – Sussex 18.11.09

Tuesday 18th Nov 2008 2pm Russell Building 12 Sussex Uni The Anthropology Society welcomes Prof John Hutnyk (Goldsmiths) to present his talk: The Culture University Firesale: Scholarship Ablaze in the Teaching Factory ALL WELCOME

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Critique as Ideology: The Dissident Left and Maoists in India

A seminar organised by the Xenos Research Group, Department of Sociology, with the collaboration of the Centre for Postcolonial Studies, Department of Politics The first of two talks on communalism, secularism and the Left in India by Saroj Giri, Xenos … Continue reading

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Nyx, a Noctournal

Launch Party for Nyx, a Noctournal When: 20 November 2008, 7-11pm Where: upstairs at the Gourmet Bar, 44 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London. In honour of the first issue of the journal Nyx, a Noctournal created by current and former … Continue reading

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No Borders Italian Style (excuse)

BAGAGLIOnoBORDERS Information for 29 November Italia Pulita/Clean Italy Event. BAGAGLIOnoBORDERS is a political/artistic group of Italians, people from Britain and other countries, based in London. It is an anti-sexist, anti-racist and pacifist group. Our aim as Europeans is to raise … Continue reading

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Vote Vote Vote

Its a long time since I looked at the blog stats for Trinketization, but I was provoked to do so by wordpress booster ad page’s calculated posting of words like ‘vote’ yesterday, no doubt catching plenty of traffic not looking … Continue reading

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