In 2011, Occupy London encapsulated a widespread political frustration felt in post-crash Britain, yet neoliberalism was still able to re-assert itself with very little alteration. In this course, we will take Occupy as a case study in order to critically reflect on theories that seek to explain why this was the case. This will include inviting a guest from the movement itself in order to discuss the effectiveness of contemporary resistance.
|Starts||Wednesday 22 April 2015|
|Day and time||Wednesday, 7pm-9pm|
|Venue||S0.08, Social Studies Building, Main Campus, University of Warwick|
|Contact||Please use our contact page to send an enquiry|