There are a lot of guys on both campaigns, on all the campaigns now, who do some very questionable lobbying on behalf of very questionable interests and do things that trouble me a whole lot more than a woman writing a book about masturbation.
Susan Estrich, Hannity & Colmes, Nov. 2, 1999.
Aquí traemos hoy la presentación que Manuel Castells .. va a realizar el 8 de Octubre en The London School of Economics and Political Science .... bajo el título The crisis always rings twice ... y de camino os dejo el documental que Aftermath of a crisis (Bregtje van der Haak, VPRO Backlight 2011) ...
Así nos explican la cuestión ... en
Department of Sociology and BBC Radio 4 Analysis public conversation
Monday 8 October 2012
Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, LSE campus
Professor Manuel Castells
This event will present the analyses contained in a new book Aftermath: The Cultures of the Economic Crisis
edited by Manuel Castells, João Caraça, and Gustavo Cardoso. It will
retrace the financial crisis that unfolded since 2008 in the United
States and Europe as well as discuss the policies dealing with the
crisis, the reasons for the rampant euro-crisis, and the alternative
social movements opposing financial capitalism and delegitimized
governments in the aftermath of the crisis.
Manuel Castells is Professor of Sociology, and
Director of the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute at the Open
University of Catalonia (UOC), in Barcelona. He is as well University
Professor and the Wallis Annenberg Chair Professor of Communication
Technology and Society at the Annenberg School of Communication,
University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He is Professor Emeritus
of Sociology, and Professor Emeritus of City and Regional Planning at
the University of California, Berkeley, where he taught for 24 years. He
is the winner of the 2012 Holberg Prize.
Paul Mason is the Economics Editor of BBC 2's Newsnight programme. His books include Meltdown: The End of the Age of Greed
; and Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere: The New Global Revolutions
. He blogs at Paul Mason
This public conversation will be broadcast at 8.30pm
on Monday 15 October and 9.30pm on Sunday 21 October as part of the BBC Radio 4 Analysis
A documentary of Professor Manuel Castells' Aftermath
project entitled Aftermath of a Crisis
can be found at The Aftermath Project Website
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