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Rethinking the legacy of 1968 :left fields and the quest for common ground Conference September 22nd

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Phil Cohen <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear Colleague


Below is some information about a  conference with the Livingmaps Network are organising in partnership with the Centre for Cultural Stuies Research at UEL . this is NOT an academic conference, we are attempting to re- create some of the intellectual excitement of the late Sixties political counter culture but focused around contemporary issues. Early bird tickets are available up to July 30.


RETHINKING THE LEGACY OF 1968
A day of discussions and debates  bringing together different generations of   writers,  researchers and activists to consider the political and cultural legacies of  1968, their bearing on the  future prospects for a more democratic, equal  and participatory society and for modes of research in the arts, humanities and social sciences  that can underpin it.

Date: September 22nd 2018
Venue : One University Square, Stratford E 15 1NF
Tickets:  Early Bird  10/5.  After July 30  15/7.50. Booking:  bit.ly/RETHINKING-1968

PROGRAMME

Keynote:  Phil Cohen  Coming of Age Stories and the quest for un/common ground
Plenary :  To at last create a legacy from which there is no turning back: the politics of memory and hope in uncertain times. Panel : Anthony Barnett, Darren Ellis, Jeremy Gilbert, Kenan Malik, Mike Rustin, Lynne Segal.
Workshop themes: Youth Culture and Sexual  Politics - New Ethnicities, Old racisms- Gentrification and the Working  Class City -Political memory and Memory  politics - Gender fluidity and Class fixations - Frontline cartographies - Patriarchal Disorder and the Feminist Challenge - New Media  and   Citizen Social Science.

Workshop Contributors   : Les Back, Shane Blackman,Iain Boal, Avtar Brah, Penny Bernstock,Judith Burnett, Anna Bull,  Melissa Butcher, Toby Butler, Matt Cook, Andrew Calcutt, Nicole Crockett, Juliet  Davis,  Michael Duggan, Alberto Duman, Nira Yuval Davis, Jonathon Gardner, Paulo Gerbaudo,Bob Gilbert, Anthony Gunter, Sylvia Harvey, Debbie Humphry, Debbie Kent, Jina Lee, Angela McRobbie,  Robert Macdonald,Dan McQuillan,Stephen Maddison, Selina Mills,Saren Mustafa, Mica Nava,  Darren Nixon, Anoop Nyak, Daisy Payling, Sol Perez,vAnn Phoenix , Dick Pountain, Hilary Powell, Nora Rathzel,  Ash Sharma, Corinne Squire, Emma Spruce,  Valerie Walkerdine,  Paul Watt, John Wallett, Marta Welander,  Garry Whannel , Ken Worpole.

PLUS Lunchtime film programme , evening reception and book launch

Organised by Livingmaps Network :www.livingmaps.org.uk   in partnership with the Centre for Cultural  Studies Research UEL :https://culturaltudiesresearch.org


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