Building the staff/students movement against cuts and tuition fees in HE: a day-long teach-in in the SOAS occupation with SOAS academics!
1pm-1:30 – Laleh Khalili (Politics):
“The experience of privatized education and its effect on citizenship & activism in the US”
1:30pm-2pm – Subir Sinha (Development Studies)
“Opposing neoliberal reforms in higher education: what has and has not been said, and a
2pm-2:30pm – Adam Hanieh (Development Studies)
“The economic crisis and the global south – linking our struggles”
2:30pm-3pm – Paolo Novak (Development Studies)
“Scaling up, localising, or cutting across? Scalar debates and resistance to neoliberal
3pm-3:30pm – Gilbert Achcar (Development Studies)
“The present neoliberal onslaught in historical perspective”
3:30pm-4pm – Rahul Rao (Politics)
“Solidarity and Criticism: notes from James Joyce, Rabindranath Tagore, Edward Said and
4pm-4:30pm – Nadje Al-Ali (Gender Studies)
“Why Gender Matters: Public Policy & Activism”
4:30pm-5pm – Stephanie Blankenburg
“Why we are NOT (all) “drowning in a sea of debt”.
5pm-7pm – Development Studies Seminar
Philip Golub (IEE, Université Paris 8)
“Power, Profit and Prestige. A History of American Imperial Expansion”
Tuesday 7 December, 1pm-7pm, Brunei Gallery Suite – all welcome, please join us!