Creating worlds: The affective spaces of experimental politics

I am looking forward to participating in the Creating Worlds workshop at Royal Holloway (University of London) next Monday.  This event has been organised and hosted by Anja Kanngieser as part of her ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship.  Like me, Anja is part of the Protest Camps Research Collective and this event builds on discussions from the Rethinking Protest Camps workshop that I co-hosted in Leicester last June.  I will post some thoughts and observations on the Creating Worlds event when I get a chance.  In the meantime, a copy of the programme for the day, with details of the organising collective, the speakers, related research projects and some recommended readings related to the key themes of the day can be downloaded here.

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About Gavin Brown

Lecturer in Human Geography University of Leicester
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One Response to Creating worlds: The affective spaces of experimental politics

  1. Pingback: Thoughts on social movement ‘capital’ and contrasting protest camps | Non-Stop Against Apartheid

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