Slideshow and video for this afternoon’s talks.

Jerome de Groot, lecturer at the University of Manchester in the English and American Studies department, is due to speak at a series of talks today entitled “Radicalism, Literature and Culture in University” between 1pm and 3pm.

He has requested that we publish the following information on the blog:

A slideshow: https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=false&embedded=true&srcid=0B4wMw2_Pcne_ZDJjYzg2NzAtM2U0MS00ZDVkLWI0NGEtYmI1ZDk4ZDVlNjQw&authkey=CIzrxIcF&hl=en

And a youtube video: 

It’ll be good to see people this afternoon! Three other lecturers from the same department are due to appear alongside Jerome, as well as Lisa Ansell of the Guardian later on.

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2 Responses to Slideshow and video for this afternoon’s talks.

  1. Susan Fitzpatrick says:

    Hi Roscoe Occupation,
    I’m a human geography lecturer at Manchester Met, I have a lecture on historian, urban theorist and novelist, Mike Davis, called “Fortress Cities and Dreamworlds of Neoliberalism” that I would like to share with you. Please let me know if there is the interest and the time for me to come down.

    In Solidarity,
    Suzy Fitzpatrick

  2. The video clip is from Winstanley, a wonderful film by Kevin Brownlow about the Diggers of 1649. Leon Rosselson’s song The World Turned Upside Down celebrates them and can be found on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=594JpY2ahFg

    I have written a number of articles about Manchester’s radical history which can be found at http://radicalmanchester.wordpress.com/about/ and would be pleased to speak at any other events at the occupation that might be organised

    solidarity

    Michael Herbert

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