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Living Labor: Marxism and Performance Studies Conference

Social Text Collective, Ann Pellegrini, Barbara Browning, Angela Mitropoulos and Patricia Ticineto Clough

Living Labor: Marxism and Performance Studies presents: Beyond Marxism and Performance Studies: a closing plenary session convened in honor of ST Collective Member José Esteban Muñoz. WHEN: Sunday, April 13, 2014, 3:00 – 5:00 pm WHERE: NYU, 721 Broadway, Room … Continue reading “Living Labor: Marxism and Performance Studies Conference”

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BDS and Academic Freedom

Social Text Collective and Ashley Dawson

The Center for Place, Culture, and Politics at The Graduate Center at CUNY hosts: BDS AND ACADEMIC FREEDOM: A Panel Discussion With Bill Mullen (Purdue), Radhika Sainath (Palestine Solidarity Legal Support), Sherry Wolf (International Socialists Review), ST Collective Member and Web … Continue reading “BDS and Academic Freedom”

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An Interview with Alondra Nelson

Social Text Collective and Alondra Nelson

Social Text Collective Member Alondra Nelson discusses her research on the Black Panther Party’s health activism, criminalization, and public health policy as part of the JustPublics @365 podcast series.

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An Interview with Ella Shohat

Social Text Collective and Ella Shohat

Jadaliyya interviews Social Text Collective Member Ella Shohat on partition and the problematics of national belonging for Arab Jews, in “Bodies and Borders.”

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Podcast with Ashley Dawson

Social Text Collective and Ashley Dawson

Social Text Web Editor Ashley Dawson discusses his research and activism as part of the Just Publics @365 podcast series.

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Is It Sweet?: Tales of an African Superstar in New York

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Jesse Weaver Shipley, who will be published in ST 117, will appear at a film screening of Is It Sweet?: Tales of an African Superstar in New York. at the CUNY-Graduate Center on November 5th. His article, “Television Tricksters: Parody and Contradiction in Ghanian Melodrama,” will be featured in the … Continue reading “Is It Sweet?: Tales of an African Superstar in New York”

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