ACTION 17: Right-Wing Libertarian Escape Geographies
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- June 1, 2016
June 1, 2016
Title: Right-Wing Libertarian Escape Geographies
Visiting Lecturer: Raymond Craib, Cornell University Associate Professor in the Department of History
12 -2 pm. Lecture. Dr. Raymond Craib will be speaking on his new project regarding right-wing libertarian "escape geographies" that have emerged post-1945. The work looks at the long lineage of anarcho-capitalist thinking hat has come back to the fore in recent years with the rise of Silicon Valley opt-out culture, seasteaders, and privatized social travel. Craib's work analyzes the comedic yet terrifying plans of "escape geographies" within the historical and contemporary neo-liberal ideologies. There will be a post-lecture conversation on the effect of neoliberalization on university spaces and the struggle to reclaim humanistic and artistic spaces.
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Still image from 2 hour video
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ACTIONS hosted by Collective Magpie (artists Tae Hwang & MR Barnadas plus participants)
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