Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG DATES 14 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 15 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 16 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 17 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 18 March 2017 at 12.00–18.00 19 March 2017 at 12.00–16.00 Drop-in daily In a moment of global movement, connection and dis-connection of people across national borders, we ask who … Continue reading WHO ARE WE?
Free Workshop 18 March 2017 1445 – 1645 Tate Modern Book tickets here. Continue reading Alternative facts and immigration: fake it til you make it?
8th March 2017 4.30-6.30pm Deptford Town Hall (DTH) 109 Goldsmiths, University of London Political Theology of The Earth Prof. Catherine Keller (Drew University) Discussant: Prof Vikki Bell (Sociology) In a moment of perilous political repatterning, our planetary entanglements emit signals of emergency. Immediate crises of immigration, race and Islamophobia are thrown into competition with the slower … Continue reading Political Theology of The Earth
Thursday 23 February – 6-7.30pm RHB 137, Goldsmiths College The Human Right to Dominate A lecture by Neve Gordon While human rights are generally conceived as a counter-hegemonic instrument for righting historical injustices, in the past two decades they have also been deployed to further subjugate the weak and legitimize domination. Using Israel/Palestine as a … Continue reading The Human Right to Dominate
On Wednesday 8 February, Professor Les Back will be speaking at two events in Liverpool. The first at 4pm, is entitled: 60 years of Richard Hoggart’s The Uses of Literacy with Lynsey Hanley. The Second event for Les Back in Liverpool, is where he will contribute to the following event : Inaugural Talk by Dr Paul Jones at 6.30pm … Continue reading Les Back in Liverpool
Professor Evelyn Ruppert, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths recently spoke as part of a session at #davos2017. You can watch that session here. Continue reading What If: Privacy Becomes a Luxury Good?
16 March, 2017 6-9pm MRB, Screen 5 Goldsmiths University of London For some people, a housing crisis means not getting planning permission for a loft conversion. For others it means, quite simply, losing their home. Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle is a feature documentary directed by Paul Sng (Sleaford Mods – Invisible Britain) and … Continue reading Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle
12 May 2017 10am – 5pm RHB Cinema Goldsmiths University of London Cities are in part constituted in myriad enactments of migrant presence which generate urban dialectics of self-and-city composition. Cities also condense many of the challenges we face in migration in the generation and navigation of local circuits composed through forms of social provision, … Continue reading Migrant Cartographies: Cities, Circuits and Circulations
23 February 5.30-7.00pm RHB137a Goldsmiths University of London UK Premier Screening with Douglas Harper (Duquesne University) + Lyndsey Moon (University of Roehampton) in Discussion. Chaired by Caroline Knowles (Goldsmiths). “The Longest Journey Begins” is set in First Step Recovery, a half-way house near Pittsburgh, for men in active recovery from addictions to drugs and alcohol. … Continue reading The Longest Journey Begins
9th February 2017 4.30-6.30pm Deptford Town Hall (DTH) 109 Goldsmiths, University of London Ontological Turnings: Conceptualization and Reflexivity in Anthropological Thinking Prof. Martin Holbraad (University College London) Discussant: Prof Sanjay Seth (Politics) The paper seeks to clarify some of the basic premises of the so-called ‘ontological turn’ in contemporary anthropology. Based on a couple of … Continue reading Ontological Turnings: Conceptualization and Reflexivity in Anthropological Thinking