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Bombing of Poems in Berlin


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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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Goldsmiths UCU and Goldsmiths Students Union Open Meeting The new ‘points based’ new immigration rules represent a serious threat to campus democracy and freedom of speech. They require non-EU students and staff to have biometric ID cards, involve checks on … Continue reading

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Bombing of Poems in Warsaw

A fantastic success and really an event. Congratulations to Casagrande and Cristobal. Almost all the pictures I took have people looking skyward as the poems fell from the helicopter, a slight breeze playing havoc with estimates as to where things … Continue reading

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Sonic Border Program again

Sonic Border/ Sonic Diaspora/Beyond Text Host: Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths Monday, 3 November – Rooms 137a and 138 2:30 -3:00 pm Chair: John Hutnyk Julian Henriques ‘ Thinking Through Sound’ 3:00 – 4:00 pm David Graeber. ‘Prisoners of … Continue reading

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Sonic Border on the anniversary of Laika

Sonic Borders begins today at Goldsmiths (draft program here) – can’t sleep because its also the 51st anniversary of the space dog’s lonely death. Also, more favourably as an augur, its the 91st anniversary of the October Revolution – in … Continue reading

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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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