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NYT Readers Respond to Heather Gautney's Critique of "School Choice"

Heather Gautney

ST Collective Member Heather Gautney recently published a letter to the editor in The New York Times critiquing the ideology of “choice” that underwrites the privatization of education and “[exacerbates] the problem of ‘apartheid’ schooling.”  From her initial letter: “School choice” … Continue reading “NYT Readers Respond to Heather Gautney's Critique of "School Choice"”

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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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Circuits of Influence

Lisa Duggan

American Studies Association President-Elect and NYU Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, Lisa Duggan offers background on the “virtual vitriol” that surrounded a recent NYU graduate student conference, “Circuits of Influence: U.S., Israel, Palestine.” Her post appears here in anticipation … Continue reading “Circuits of Influence”

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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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