Amid the rise of populism and surveillance apparatuses and the fragility of liberal democracies, what does it mean to be subversive in the contemporary era? Srećko Horvat, one of the most exciting new radical philosophers, comes to the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) to argue for the value of a genuinely subversive journalism and a fresh kind of radical internationalism.
Chair: James Harkin, CIJ Director.
Srećko Horvat, from Croatia, is the author of Poetry from the Future and What Does Europe Want (co-authored with Slavoj Žižek). He is a 2019 European election candidate for the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 (DiEM25).
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The CIJ is an independent charity committed to the education and training of journalists, editors and researchers towards critical in-depth reporting and defence of the public interest and is housed at Goldsmiths.
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|15 May 2019||6:30pm - 8:00pm|
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