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  • Let's Stay Together: Conversations Between Generations of Radicals

    Let's Stay Together is a monthly series of inter-generational interviews between radicals/creators of our generation and their local heroes. This project will begin with Elizabeth Sims holding a public conversation with Osha Neumann in order to discuss his personal and political trajectory as a former member of infamous NYC anti-art gang, Up Against the Wall, Motherfucker (and the Black Bear Commune in northern California), who now creates community murals and sculpture and practices activist law.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 1 meeting
  • The Divine Comedy : Reading Dante in Italian

    We will read Dante's Divine Comedy in the original Italian with a particular interest in the influence of Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica. While we will touch on grammar and vocabulary throughout the course of the reading, some prior knowledge of Italian or other Romance Languages may be helpful.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 46 meetings
  • Soviet Sex 1917-1930: Post-Revolutionary Libidinal Economies

    Following the Russian revolution in 1917, the fledgling Communist government legalized divorce and abortion, secularized marriage and decriminalized homosexuality. New collective forms of housing emerged and women were encouraged to enter the workplace. But a condemnation of the traditional boutgeois family was combined with an attack on'bohemian' promiscuity.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 1 meeting
  • WORK: THE SUBJECTIVITIES OF WORK, WAGE LABOR, LEISURE AND A LIFE WITHOUT IT

    “Work is the blackmail of survival”... or is it?

    Being organized in Berlin | Class Blog | 4 meetings
  • Proyecto Piloto: Taller para el diseño de herramientas para Pacientes de Cáncer Convocatoria a Participar

     Rubberband, LLP, en estudio de diseño transformativo Proyecto C que comenzó en el 2010 plantea como profesionales de la práctica del diseño al unirse con paciente de cáncer podían desarrollar mediante una investigación transdiciplinaria, abierta y participativa el contenido que se le provee a los pacientes de cáncer en los lugares de tratamiento. 

    Being organized in San Juan | Class Blog | 1 meeting
  • Enough Biblical Hebrew to Read the Bible Very Slowly

    This is a class to introduce the elements of Biblical Hebrew to those who have never studied it before -- though learners and students of all levels are totally welcome ! It will be offered in conjunction with "Reading the Bible Very Slowly," our ongoing Torah study group.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 10 meetings
  • Healing for Activists

        Activists have long struggled with burnout, unresolved conflict, violence, authorities, daily awareness of oppression and buried feelings. My intention with these workshops are to help people be more effective in all that they do and how they relate to the world by bringing awareness and focus to these issues on a deeper level. It’s an opportunity to make changes within your relationship to yourself, your loved ones, your community and society. These workshops are a co-creation between me, everyone who shows up and the space.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 5 meetings
  • iSlaves : Workers' Struggles in Chinese Production

    The company Foxconn employs more than one million people in China alone. As the world's biggest contract manufacturer it works for Apple and many other electronics brands. Foxconn's workers are the iSlaves who face horrendous working conditions while producing communication tools like iPhones and iPads. In 2010 a series of worker suicides shook the Chinese Foxconn factories and drew world-wide attention.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 1 meeting
  • bees in imagination ecology and collapse

    This class will consider bees. We will begin in imagination - in ancient mythology & poetry. We will study the evolutionary history of the bee and its ecological niche. Given the widespread acknowledgement of the threat that industrial agriculture presents to the bees, we will research the present toxins in use and the corporations that make them. What are neonicotinoids and how did they ever come to be produced on Earth? What is colony collapse disorder? This class will be a project in traces and in tracing and in mapping.

    Being organized in Bay Area | Class Blog | 1 meeting
  • Marx's Capital, Vol. 3

    In 2012, a reading group on Marx’s Capital started at the Los Angeles Public School, and eventually finished vol. 1. Now we propose to take up vol. 3. Volume 3 contains Marx’s analysis of the relation of value and price and the formation of a general rate of profit, his formulation of the law of the tendency of the rate of profit to fall, and his discussion of interest-bearing capital, among other topics. It is a classical reference point for a Marxist analysis of capitalist economic crises, and is of particular interest in the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008.

    Being organized in Los Angeles | 20 meetings
  • The Architectonics of Answerability

    Departing from Bakhtin's early essay "Art and Answerability" this class seeks to examine the meaning of answerability in the work of the Russian philosopher known for his philosophy of "dialogism". If -as noted elsewhere- the Bakhtinian self is never whole, since it can exist only dialogically, answerability seems to be an essential element in the relation of the self and the other.

    Being organized in Berlin | 3 meetings
  • French for Deleuze, Eventually ...

    We'll get together, study grammar, read The Little Prince, and see what happens ! Students of all levels welcome !

    Being organized in Bay Area | 59 meetings
  • Anarchists of Color Reading/ Discussion Group

    Weekly gathering for, and focused on, folks of color and radical social justice. This is a supportive space: pro- feminist, queer friendly all levels of involvement and knowledge of anarchism are welcome.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 3 meetings
  • Queer Feminist Reading Group via the East Bay Free Skool

    The Oakland Queer & Feminist Reading Group is open to people of all genders interested in reading texts related to queerness and feminism in an unintimidating setting. We also eat snacks. Our readings are the basis for our discussions, but if you didn't have time to do the reading that week, come anyway! Current readings here (link: http://oaklandreadinggroup.wordpress.com/).

    Being organized in Bay Area | 6 meetings
  • Film Studies: "Fantastic Spaces in Cinema"

    Fantastic Spaces in Cinema is a film studies course, consisting of film screenings followed by discussions, which topics varying from surrealism, experimental and avant garde cinema through narrative that highlight dreams, phantasms, memories, fantasies, and non-chronological time.

    Being organized in Bay Area | 15 meetings
  • Poetry in the Present

    This class will examine the work of living poets. Each session, a different facilitator will guide us through the work of a contemporary practitioner. Together with "The Canon Inside Out" and "Great Companions," this course will help create a picture of poetry that traverses history and includes the living present in that history. The Public School is Poetry School !

    Being organized in Bay Area | 1 meeting
  • Crisis Theory for Anticapitalists

    This course provides an introduction to social crisis with a focus on the present. We imagine five sessions.

    Being organized in Bay Area | Class Blog | 5 meetings
  • PPP : A Dance Performance.

    PPP is a dance series put on by SALTA. SALTA is a collective of dancers in oakland, california. We put together a dance series called PPP and we are starting a space with generous support from the Yellow House Fund. Please write to us at ppp.is.dance@gmail.com to get in touch or to be added to our mailing list. -------- Hic Rhodus, hic salta! Latin, usually translated: Rhodes is here, here is where you jump!

    Being organized in Bay Area | 1 meeting
  • Introduction to Sanskrit

    We'll go over the basics of the Sanskrit language of the Indian subcontinent -- one of the oldest continuously written languages in the world. This class will be structured around the needs of absolute beginners who have never studied any ancient languages -- and maybe never thought they could. All students are welcome. If you are interested in yoga, Buddhism, or comparative Indo-European linguistics, this might be the class for you !

    Being organized in Bay Area | 37 meetings

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