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Not Your Academy: Occupation and the Futures of Student Struggles

Originally published in Is This What Democracy Looks Like? Social Text Periscope issue. Read the original here: http://what-democracy-looks-like.com/not-your-academy-occupation-and-the-futures-of-student-struggles/ Not Your Academy: Occupation and the Futures of Student Struggles By Zach Schwartz-WeinStein This essay has been tasked by the editors of this dossier with answering what it would mean should the Occupy movement’s contributions to radical democracy permeate contemporary student struggles. This is… Read more →

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Creativity Nets Contract for NYU Grad Workers  (article)

See the original at Labor Notes: http://www.labornotes.org/blogs/2015/04/creativity-nets-contract-nyu-grad-workers Creativity Nets Contract for NYU Grad Workers April 10, 2015 / Daniel Aldana Cohen and Natasha Raheja This week, teaching and research assistants at New York University again became the only graduate workers at a U.S. private university with a union contract. The contract includesmajor gains for all 1,200 members of GSOC-UAW Local… Read more →

Campus Labor Coaltion Rally at U. of Illinois - Feb. 14, 2012

Movements and Institutions against Cognitive Capitalism – An Interview with James Anderson

 Summary — This interview explores such questions as: How can leftist movements be built across social divisions on campuses?  What can we do to break radical theory out of its capture in academia?  Can we create institutions that are embedded in movements and that provide alternatives for radicals who get stuck in precarious academic life? Read more →

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