Monthly Archives: June 2010

Congratulations Dr Theresa Mikuriya

Passed into PhD-ness on this day. Examiners Peg Rawes and Scott McQuire. Heading to the Amersham now! Advertisements

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programme – Hybridity Lyon Oct 7-8, 2010

Giving a talk at the end of this in Lyon (scroll to the end of the programme link to find it – last session friday): via programme – Hybridity.

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ccs party, diaphragm failure and the Kominas 29.6.10

The Centre for Cultural Studies summer party starts at 7:30 on the 29th of June in the Amersham, New Cross. . There are two bands playing: . “Diaphram Failure” ( . Then at 9pm, by very special rendition from Boston … Continue reading

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Scott McQuire at Goldsmiths 28.6.2010

CCS Guest Lecture: Scott McQuire 28 June 2010 at 5pm, Goldsmiths Cinema (Richard Hoggart Bldg) Networked cultures and participatory public space As contemporary cities become increasingly media dense environments, the mode of inhabiting urban space is changing.  The growing use … Continue reading

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countermapping qmary project: flashymob

We would like to invite you to the next event of the countermapping qmary project: a game-playing flashmob and a meeting/discussion on Thursday 24 June Francis Bancroft Building, Mile End Campus QMary 2pm: come and play the board game we … Continue reading

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Polluters Riotinto

ABC TV – Lateline, 14 June 2010 Abandoned mine threatens environmental disaster Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 14/06/2010 Reporter: Liam Fox The Australian owners of an abandoned mine in Bougainville say it is too dangerous to return to repair leaking fuel … Continue reading

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London ‘Jazza Festival’ bids to aid Palestinians

London ‘Jazza Festival’ bids to aid Palestinians Sarah Gillespie and Gilad Atzmon donate London concert earnings to Palestinian aid. LONDON – A Jazz festival will be held in October to highlight and gather aid for the plight of Palestinians living … Continue reading

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