2021: A World in Crisis? Free Online Lecture Series

Series of events, 2021, online
The Havens Wright Center for Social Justice Presents: 2021: A World in Crisis?
Free Online Lecture Series- Spring 2021 
 
All talks are open to the public. You do not have to be affiliated to any academic institution or organization to participate.
 
All Havens Wright Center events will be hosted online on zoom this semester. To attend an event you must register in advance on Eventbrite. You can register on our website (havenswrightcenter.wisc.edu) or using the links below. You will be sent a confirmation email after registering, and on the day of the talk you will be sent a link to join the zoom call, along with instructions on how to join. If you do not receive the meeting link please make sure to check your junk mail folder. For any additional information on how to use the technology please email ramand@wisc.edu.
 
All times are listed in United States Central Time (CT)
 
Stephen Graham, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University (UK)
The Vertical Secession of the Elites:  Understanding Urban Polarisation in Three Dimensions
 
Thursday, February 18, 12 NOON CT
 

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Robin D.G. Kelley, History, UCLA
Black Bodies Swinging: An American Postmortem--Three Events
 
Tuesday, March 2, 12:30PM CT
"THE PRICE OF THE TICKET: MAKING A KILLING IN CINCINNATI" 
 
Wednesday, March 3, 12:30PM CT
"COUNT ALL WOMEN'S LIVES!": ABOLITION FEMINISM VS RACIAL FEMICIDE" 
 
Thursday, March 4, 12:30PM CT
"WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?: ABOLITION OR FASCISM" 
 
 



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Anne Bonds, Geography and Urban Studies, UW-Milwaukee
Rethinking White Supremacy in Precarious Times
 
Tuesday, March 9, 12:30PM CT
"UNSETTLING WHITE SUPREMACY: QUESTIONS OF GENDER, REPRODUCTION, AND PRIVATIZED MUTUALITY" 
 
Wednesday, March 10, 12:30PM CT
"POSSESSIVE WHITENESS: RACISM, PROPERTY AND POWER AND THE MAKING OF MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN"
 
 

 

 
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Toni Gilpin, Labor Historian, Author, Activist
Left and Right: Lessons from America's (Largely Forgotten) Radical Industrial Unions
 
Tuesday, March 16, 12:30PM CT
"CLASS COLLABORATI ON OR CLASS WAR?" 
 
Wednesday, March 17, 12:30PM CT
"'WE'RE NOT GOING TO BE SECOND CLASS CITIZENS IN THE SOUTH': THE RADICAL, INTERRACIAL ORGANIZING MODEL OF THE FARM EQUIPMENT WORKERS IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY"
 
Register: HTTPS://WWW.EVENTBRITE.COM/E/TONI-GILPIN-LESSONS-FROM-AMERICAS-RADICAL-INDUSTRIAL-UNIONS-TICKETS-141561394943
 
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Kim Stanley Robinson, Science Fiction Author
The Necessity of Climate Equity
 
Thursday, March 25, 1:00PM CT
 
Register: HTTPS://WWW.EVENTBRITE.COM/E/KIM-STANLEY-ROBINSON-THE-NECESSITY-OF-CLIMATE-EQUITY-TICKETS-141563792113
 

 
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James Foley, Glasgow Caledonian University (Scotland)
Populism, Britain, & the Crisis of the European Union
 
Tuesday, April 6, 12:30PM CT
"BREXIT, SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE AND THE BREAK-UP OF BRITAIN" 
 
Thursday, April 8, 12:30PM CT
"POPULISM AND THE CRISIS OF COSMOPOLITAN EUROPE"
 
Register: HTTPS://WWW.EVENTBRITE.COM/E/JAMES-FOLEY-POPULISM-BREXIT-AND-THE-CRISIS-OF-THE-EUROPEAN-UNION-TICKETS-141568042827
 

 
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Donna Murch, History, Rutgers University
Crack in Los Angeles: Policing the Crisis and the War on Drugs
 
Thursday, April 14, 12 PM NOON CT
 
Register: HTTPS://WWW.EVENTBRITE.COM/E/DONNA-MURCH-POLICING-THE-CRISIS-AND-THE-WAR-ON-DRUGS-TICKETS-141569597477
Posted: 
28/02/2021