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Political Culture and Political Movements in the Neoliberal City

Publié le 28 novembre 2017 Mis à jour le 5 décembre 2017

Second event of the project "Places and Cultures of Capitalism: New Histories from the Grassroots" co-organized by Centre de Recherches Anglophones - CREA (Université Paris Nanterre), Histoire et Dynamique des Espaces Anglophones - HDEA (Université Paris Sorbonne), University of York and University College London.

Date(s)

le 15 décembre 2017

10h30-18h
Lieu(x)
Bâtiment V (Ida Maier)
R14


Plan d'accès
10h30-12h00
Workshop: Researching the Neoliberal City

Participants: Tamara Boussac (HDEA-Université Paris Sorbonne), Luke Carroll (University of York), Marion Marchet (HDEA-Université Paris Sorbonne), Clément Petitjean (HDEA-Université Paris Sorbonne) and Vladimir Rizov (University of York).

12h-13h30
Conference lunch

13h30-15h

Joshua Clark Davis, University of Baltimore, “From Free Space to Private Space: How 1970s Social Movements Unwittingly Paved the Way for Gentrification”

Maud Simonet, Université Paris Nanterre/CNRS, “Serving in Urban Public Schools, Volunteering in New York City Parks: The Civic Face of Neoliberalism"

15h-15h30
Coffee break

15h30-17h45

David Huyssen, The University of York, "New Haven, Neoliberalism, and a 'Right to the City' Praxis in the Age of Trump"

Brenda Parker, The University of Illinois at Chicago, “Feminist Futures: Confronting Gendered, Raced and Neoliberal Violence in Cities”

Gareth Millington, The University of York, “Centres, Peripheries and the Neoliberal/ Post-political Problematic: Reflections from London”

17h45-18h
Roundtable discussion

Mis à jour le 05 décembre 2017