Leeds Taking Soundings is very pleased to be working with the School of Geography at the University of Leeds to present a talk by the distinguished radical scholar John Holloway. The public lecture is at 7pm. This poster advertises other events John is taking part in at the School of Geography.
This talk will be in Broadcasting Place (Leeds Beckett University, located opposite the Fenton pub on Woodhouse Lane), room BPAG02 at 7 PM on Monday, September 7th 2015.
John Holloway: “Greece: Hope drowns in the Reality of a Dying World. Or does it”?
Here’s what the School of Geography have to say:
The MA in ‘Global Urban Justice’ and the ‘Cities and Social Justice’ research cluster at the School of Geography, University of Leeds are organising a workshop with John Holloway, titled “Greece: Hope drowns in the Reality of a Dying World. Or does it?”. Holloway is a Professor of Sociology at the Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y humanidades in the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico. He has published widely on Marxist theory, on the Zapatista movement and on the new forms of anti-capitalist struggle. His book ‘Change the World Without Taking Power’ (Pluto, London, 2002, new edition 2010) has been translated into eleven languages and has stirred an international debate. His more recent book, ‘Crack Capitalism’ (Pluto, 2010), takes the argument further by suggesting that the only way in which we can think of revolution today is as the creation, expansion, multiplication and confluence of cracks in capitalist domination. John visited the School of Geography at Leeds previously in 2011 and delivered a set of public lectures that can be watched here: https://johnhollowayinleeds.wordpress.com/ .
Read an interview of John Holloway at Roar magazine, published online in September 2014:http://roarmag.org/2014/09/john-holloway-cracking-capitalism-vs-the-state-option/
Leeds Taking Soundings strongly recommends this talk, coming as it does at such a huge moment of crisis in Greece. We’ve booked the biggest room in the building, we expect a lot of people will want to come.
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