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The story of how Kingston University in London has appropriated the Middlesex philosophy department is here. This is amazing news. Good on you, Kingston! This act of goodwill actually makes Middlesex look even more inane. Kingston has single-handedly re-asserted the … Continue reading
The event is viewable in seven parts at YouTube. Here is part one. This is an amazing piece of culture and creativity, displaying the simultaneity of art and politics.
Is here. The petition is drafted by John Protevi and has nearly 1,000 signatures. If you’re appalled at the closing of Middlesex’s philosophy department and suspension of staff and students, please consider putting your name on the petition. There’s enough … Continue reading
Saw this via Protevi’s blog.