http://annafeigenbaum.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/time-cover-battle-of-seattle-150x150.jpgBeware of False Friends: Reflections on TIME’s praise of ‘The Protester’

Beware of False Friends: Reflections on TIME’s praise of ‘The Protester’

Last week Time Magazine announced The Protester as its person of the year. Celebrating individuals fighting for equality and democracy around the world, this year’s most important person followed in…

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Two New Special Issues out on Occupations and Encampments

This summer sees the publication of two new special features on encampments and occupations in South Atlantic Quarterly and Social Movement Studies. Protest Camps’ had the opportunity to contribute to both of…

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Spontaneous Urban Design: An interview with 123 Occupy

“Someone mentioned to me recently the popular union slogan “8 hours for work, 8 hours for sleep, 8 hours for what we will”.  I’ve been thinking over the course of my work with the occupy movement that people…

http://annafeigenbaum.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/harry-draws-pictures-skillshare-150x150.jpgProblemshares and other #digitaltrans formations

Problemshares and other #digitaltrans formations

I just got back from attending the fourth and final workshop on collaborative learning from the Community-powered Digital Transformation project run by David Gauntlett and colleagues at the University of…

In the Middle of Occupy: short reflections on failure and growth

In the Middle of Occupy: short reflections on failure and growth

This post is updated and adapted from an answer I gave to the question ‘Are we in the beginning, middle, or end of the Occupy Movement?’ while a panellist at…

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How to Draw Capitalism? Iconography and the Occupy Movement

Last Wednesday the Creative Resistance Research Network hosted the first ‘How to Draw Capitalism‘ workshop at Occupy Finsbury Square. Sat in a circle as the sky drew dark and air…

Protest Camps: A Great British Tradition

Protest Camps: A Great British Tradition

On the steps of St. Pauls Cathedral last Saturday, hunched over a cup of tea, the grumbled disdain of a British protester could be heard, “Here we go again, borrowing…

An (Anglo) Video Round-Up of the ZAD direct action camp

An (Anglo) Video Round-Up of the ZAD direct action camp

The ZAD protests have received little in the way of mainstream media coverage, particularly outside of France, despite being the biggest Euro-Zone action camp in history. Citizen, independent and social…

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Binders full of Baudrillard: Are internet memes today’s Disneyland?

 In 1981, Baudrillard wrote that “Disneyland is presented as imaginary in order to make us believe that the rest is real.” Last week in my History of Consumer Society and…


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