A critical political economy of disruption and resistance

The next CPERN workshop in the series: A Critical Political Economy of Covid Capitalism (every final Thursday of the month, 5pm GMT)

People take part in a march against the government of Colombian President Ivan Duque during a national strike, in Cali on November 27, 2019.

A critical political economy of disruption and resistance

Thursday, 25 March 5pm (GMT)/6pm (CET)

commentators:

Alke Jenss (Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institut)
Clemence Fourton (Sciences Po Lille)
Nikolai Huke (University of Kiel)
Alona Lyasheva (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv)

Register here: https://bham-ac-uk.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwvce2tpzouG910oh1wTvIx0gPWUaAOOUKW  

Format (derived from our highly successful project – the Critical European Studies workshop):

In order to foster a constructive debate, each workshop starts with a brief introduction of the theme and the pre-selected text used to kick-start the discussion followed by a few select expert commentators discussing and enhancing the perspectives developed in the core text from the angle of their own research/activism and in the context of current struggles. This is followed by a workshop-type discussion instead of the conference-style Q&A, in order to collectively advance knowledge, understanding and analysis of the themes raised in the workshop and develop shared ideas for action.

Initial contributions are limited to 5 minutes per commentator.

Text:

Alke Jenss (2021) ‘Disrupting the Rhythms of Violence: Anti‐port Protests in the City of Buenaventura’, Global Policy. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1758-5899.12878

commentators:

Alke Jenss (Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institut)
Clemence Fourton (Sciences Po Lille)
Nikolai Huke (University of Kiel)
Alona Lyasheva (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv)

We look forward to seeing you there!