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Hope at the Heart of Praxis: A Round-up of the Creating Worlds Workshop

On Monday January 14, 2013 members of the Protest Camp Research Collective gathered together for the Creating Worlds Workshop with others interested in place-based resistance and the making of alternative worlds. We asked activist-researcher Sam Halvorsen to reflect on the … Continue reading

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Can Occupy survive its representation?

Can the Occupy movement survive its representation? This was one of the questions asked of us during the McGill Occupy workshop. The question essentially sought to open a discussion around  Slavoj Žižek’s speech at Occupy Wall Street warned activists not … Continue reading

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Protest Camps to speak at Occupy event with Chris Hedges

On Friday January 27, 2012 Protest Camps’ Anna Feigenbaum and Patrick McCurdy will host workshops at the media@mcgill sponsored event Media, Politics and Protest Camps in the Occupy Social Movement. Anna’s workshop Feeling the Movementwill look at how feelings and … Continue reading

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Protest Camps’ Patrick McCurdy interviewed by CBC Radio on Occupy Ottawa

‎Patrick McCurdy of the Protest Camps Research Collective speaks with the CBC Radio about media frames, activist strategy, social media and police surveillance around the Occupy Movement in Ottawa and around the world. Dr. McCurdy discusses how the absence of a single … Continue reading

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