<Dhaka> Tomorrow, January 11, I'll be giving a lecture - On the Ruins of the Present: Imperialism Today - in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Thanks to Shahidul Alam, the crack photographer, for asking me to give the Golam Kasem Lecture 2018 (Golam Kasem, known as Daddy, was a pioneer photographer of Bangladesh - on whom, see Shahidul's essay: http://www.shahidulnews.com/when-the-mind-says-yes.). The photo is by Golam Kasem.
6:00 pm Welcome Address
Shahidul Alam, Managing Director, Drik
6:10 pm 7th Golam Kasem Daddy Lecture
‘The Ruins of the Present: Imperialism Today’
'Come listen to the discussion on Exploiting Anti-Semitism and how the charge of anti-semitism silences criticism of Israeli Policy. The discussion will feature speakers: Vijay Prashad, Professor of International Studies at Trinity College, Joseph Levine, Professor of Philosophy at UMass Amherst, and Sut Jhally, Professor of Communication at UMass Amherst. '
Sponsored by Students for Justice in Palestine, Jewish Voice for Peace, Media Education Foundation, and the Departments of Communication, Philosophy, History, African-American Studies and Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, the Reinventing Revolution Conference will focus on radical traditions that were inspired by, extended, or challenged the legacies of the Bolsheviks in engagement with the struggles for decolonization. The conference will include two panels—“Decolonizing Revolution: Circuits of Knowledge, Struggle and Solidarity” and “What’s Left of the Left? Alternative Futures”—, an art talk "The Art of Decolonization", and a roundtable discussion, “Radical Imaginaries, Radical Feminisms: The Third World Revisited.” Discussants such as Pam
<England> Will be doing a series of events in England this week:
(1) London (November 2): Helping release Bhabanistan Bhabanistan's book - Hindu Fundamentalism and the Spirit of Capitalism in India - at Marx Memorial Library at 5pm on November 2.
(2) London (November 2): Speaking at Marx Memorial Library at 7pm on November 2 on 'The Russian Revolution, Imperialism and the Current Crisis', (https://www.marx-memorial-library.org/index.php…).
(3) Cambridge (November 3): Speaking at Cambridge University's King's College on February 3 from 5pm to 7pm at the Audit Room on 'The October Revolution
Join us October 25 for this Facebook event commemorating the Russian Revolution and its impact on Latin America and the Global South, live onteleSUR English.
2017 marks 100 years since arguably one of the most important events in modern history: the Russian Revolution.
Aside from being the first time in history that workers together with peasants and soldiers, lead by Lenin and the Bolsheviks, took power and revolutionized the entirety of Russian society, the revolution had major global implications; from threatening the European ruling class with the spread of revolt across the continent
CODEPINK invites you to learn with us as we kick off a Divest from the War Machine campaign. Join us and a broad coalition of partner organizations for a day of examining the current state of the war machine (surprise- it’s thriving!) and learning the skills and knowledge necessary to use divestment as a tool to shine a critical light on the weapons producers that supply and profit from deadly hyper-militarism both at home and abroad.
Speaker Vijay Prashad:
Taking on the War Machine
4:00pm - 4:30pm, October 21, 2017
(October 21, 2017 at 9am - October 22, 2017)
The Penn State School of International Affairs
Lewis Katz Building
University Park, PA 16802
Telephone: (814) 863-0788
After the fiasco of the Iraq War of 2003, the West pushed for a new mandate through the UN called the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) in 2005. This new mandate revived ideas of humanitarian intervention that had been called into question from the detritus of Iraq. No lessons were learned. After R2P came Libya, a society now in ruins, and then came Syria, a country whose civil war had been fanned along even as no good outcome seemed on the horizon. This talk by Vijay
III Semana de Relações Internacionais UFABC-UNIFESP
3-5 de outubro de 2017, Campus São Bernardo do Campo da UFABC
GT 1 – Política Externa Brasileira
- Luana de Barros Dratovsky, "TRANSFERÊNCIA DE POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS DE SEGURANÇA ALIMENTAR: O CASO DA COOPERAÇÃO BRASILEIRA NO TIMOR-LESTE". UNIFESP.
- Natalia Ferrari Ribeiro, "OBJETIVOS PARA O DESENVOLVIMENTO GLOBAL: MEIOS DE IMPLEMENTAÇÃO NO BRASIL PARA A TERRITORIALIZAÇÃO DOS ODS". Universidade Anhembi Morumbi.
- Mauricio José Caires Doro, "AS RELAÇÕES BRASIL-CHINA NO SÉCULO XXI". UNIFESP.
- Rodrigo Gallo, "INTERNACIONALIZAÇÃO DAS