Wednesday 16 March
6:00 pm, Richard Hoggart Building 137
The Sociology Department, including both postgraduate students and staff, will lead a discussion on international protest. Alberto Toscano will provide an overview of European student protest while Vic Seidler who will provide a historic context for our current context. We expect this to be a full discussion and invite all interested participants.
Have you been involved in radical politics at Goldsmiths in the past? We’d like to hear from you. Radical Goldsmiths, in conjunction with Rosa Sansone, a student in the Department of Anthropology conducting research on the ethnographic history of Goldsmiths radicalism, seeks to document the experiences, memories, stories and artifacts of Goldsmiths activists and organisers. Please contact us to get involved: