Events

Palestine’s Right to Education: The Politics of the Academic Boycott

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Due to inclement weather conditions, event postposed till Monday, March 27th 2017 7:00-10:00pm
Palestine's Right to Education: The Politics of the Academic Boycott
Featuring: Vijay Prashad
Location: Room 2017, Sidney Smith Hall, University of Toronto, 100 St. George St.
Hosted by Students Against Israeli Apartheid UofT St.George and Arts and Science Students' Union

Notes from the Global Underground: From Bandung and the Tricontinental to BDS and BLM Event admin Sun, 03/12/2017 - 21:13
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Notes from the Global Underground: From Bandung and the Tricontinental to BDS and BLM Event

In the Ruins of the Present: Neoliberalism has failed..

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'In the Ruins of the Present: Neoliberalism has failed, cruel populism has us by the throat.'

Vijay Prashad Lecture, Friday March 3rd at 3:30pm (free and open to the public)

CIE (The Center for International Education), University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

UWM Library, 4 th Floor Conference Center, 2311 East Hartford Avenue, Milwaukee, WI

Western Bombs, Eastern Destruction: What the idea of regime change has wrought from Iraq to Libya admin Sun, 12/04/2016 - 21:49
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Book Launch and discussion with Vijay Prashad on the geopolitics of the Middle East in the broader context of revolutionary history,  featuring Aaron Jakes and Ahmad Shokr.

United Nations Bookshop: Meet the Authors of 'Land of Blue Helmets'

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MEET THE AUTHORS
Karim Makdisi
and Vijay Prashad

Friday, 2 December 2016
1:00 - 2:00 PM
United Nations Bookshop,
GA Building, Visitors' Concourse


Karim Makdisi is  Associate Professor of International Politics at the American University of Beirut and Research Director of the UN in the Arab World program at the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs.

Where Do We Go From Here? A Post-Election Analysis

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Panelists will discuss: (1) What impact the circus-like election cycle has had on politics and progressive struggles and (2) what prospects do activists have under the new administration for addressing issues (like climate change, racism, imperialism and militarism), and what might be points of leverage? And (3) what are sources of hope going forward?