Centre for the Study of Global Media and Democracy public seminar series: (In)Equality in Neo-Liberalising Times
How can progressive Left movements respond to Trump's victory? What does equality mean as an aim and outcome of political action in the face of a politics based on hate and exclusion? How do political movements address issues of (in)equality in their own practices and processes of deliberation and decision-making? What is the role of technologies in expanding freedoms and facilitating movements? What is the relationshiop of political movements to political parties - can inequality be overcome?
Come and hear key thinkers debate the most pressing concern of our times:
Jodi Dean (Hobart and William Smith Colleges, New York)
Marina Prentoulis (University of East Anglia)
Alex Williams – (City University) Author of Inventing the Future
Friday December 2nd 5-7pm, LG01
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|2 Dec 2016||5:00pm - 7:00pm|
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