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George Caffentzis CCS Public Lecture

The making of a debt resistors’ movement: From Occupy Wall Street to Strike Debt

The financial crisis in the US officially began in September 2008, but the first mass street response arose in September 2011 with the Occupy Wall Street movement. Since then Strike Debt, a debt resistors’ organization, emerged out of Occupy. George Caffentzis will discuss debt resistance as a working class project and the prospects of Strike Debt in the context of previous debt resistance movements.

George Caffentzis is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern Maine. He was a founding member of the Midnight Notes Collective (http://www.midnightnotes.org) and coordinator of the Committee for Academic Freedom in Africa. He is the author and editor of many books and articles, his latest is 'In Letters of Blood and Fire: Work, Machines and the Crisis of Capitalism' (PM Press: Feb 2013).

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- NEW TIME AND DATE FOR GEORGE CAFFENTZIS PUBLIC LECTURE -

THURSDAY 31st JAN
TIME: 6:30pm
VENUE: NEW ACADEMIC BUILDING, LG01
GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE


Event Information

Location: Cinema, Richard Hoggart Building
Cost: Free
Website: hutnyk.wordpress.com/.../public-lecture-with-george-caffentzis-28-jan-2013/
Department: Centre For Cultural Studies
Time: 31 January 2013, 18:30 - 20:30


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