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The Silent University

http://thesilentuniversity.org/ The Silent University is an autonomous knowledge exchange platform by refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. It is led by a group of lecturers, consultants and research fellows. Each group is contributing to the programme in different ways which include course development, specific research on key themes as well as personal reflections on what it means to be a refugee… Read more →

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Lincoln Social Science Centre

From http://socialsciencecentre.org.uk/ Why not become a scholar at the Social Science Centre, Lincoln? The Social Science Centre  provides free public higher education in the city of Lincoln. We call teachers and students ‘scholars’ to emphasise the collective and collaborative nature of the work of the Centre. By studying with the Social Science Centre you can receive an award at the level… Read more →

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Freedom From Education: Decolonial Study for Abolishing the Prison-University Complex

Against the romanticizing of education, Leftists should recognize alternative regimes of study, as practiced in prison organizing and indigenous peoples’ movements, and participate with them toward dismantling the intertwined regimes of education and carcerality. – an essay by Abraham Bolish – Left movements in North America romanticize education in many ways. Calls to “defend public education” emanate from the most radical movements… Read more →

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Revolutionary Study against & beyond the University: And Interview with Jennifer

Summary: An interview with, Jennifer, a militant student-worker in Seattle on: revolutionary study groups with the Black Orchid Collective, organizing against union bureaucracy and non-profit recuperation, & creating a solidarity network across the university for worker, student, and community control. Read more →

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Studying Through the Undercommons – An Interview with Stefano Harney & Fred Moten (by Stevphen Shukaitis)

Stefano Harney and Fred Moten have collaborated on various projects over the past fifteen years, including a number of essays on the conditions of academic labor. Drawing from the black radical tradition, autonomist and postcolonial theory, they have elaborated an approach to politics that is more concerned with the less socially visible aspects of organization and interaction. Currently they are… Read more →

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