Thursday, April 01, 2010

Also appearing

University of East London School of Humanities and Social Sciences
In association with OurKingdom presents...

The 2010 General Election: Will it Mean Anything at All?

Is there any scope for a progressive electoral strategy?
Have we left the era of representative democracy behind?

UEL staff are joined by two leading political commentators to discuss the issues

Anthony Barnett, founder of openDemocracy.net and editor of the OurKingdom blog
(see his recent article for New Statesman)

Richard Seymour, author of The Liberal Defence of Murder and blogger at Lenin’s
Tomb

Andrew Calcutt (UEL), editor of Rising East

Jeremy Gilbert (UEL), author of Anticapitalism and Culture

Tim Hall (UEL), co-author of The Modern State

John McGovern (UEL), co-author of The Modern State

Maxine Newlands (UEL), journalist and academic


Wednesday April 21st 2010
2:00pm-5:00pm
All welcome - no charge
no booking required
University of East London
Docklands Campus
Cyprus DLR - the station is literally at the campus
Room EB.1.01 (first floor, East building, turn left on entering main square from station)
further info: j.gilbert@uel.ac.uk