Turbulence Events in San Francisco Bay Area in March

In conjunction with our publisher, PM Press, Turbulence editors will be participating in a series of events in the San Francisco Bay Area in March.

All events are taking place under the title ‘Prospects for Winning in an Age of Crisis’ and mark the launch of the Turbulence book,What Would it Mean to Win?

At each event, panelists include: Turbulence editor and author Tadzio Mueller; Turbulence author Gifford Hartman; In and Out of Crisis and Spectre editor Sasha Lilley; and Wobblies and Zapatistas author Andrej Grubacic.


2.00pm at the Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair, in the Café, SF County Fair Building, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

More info: http://sfbookfair.wordpress.com/

Map and Directions: http://sfbookfair.wordpress.com/directions-time-and-place/


7.00pm at The Green Arcade, 1680 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

More info: http://www.pmpress.org/content/calendar_event.php?eid=20100217105837804

Map and directions: http://www.thegreenarcade.com/pg/05map.html


7.30pm at Moe’s Books, 2476 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94704

More info: http://www.pmpress.org/content/calendar_event.php?eid=20100217111327107

Directions: http://www.moesbooks.com/cgi-bin/moe/location.html?id=TJeHBg6u


Turbulence editors Tadzio Mueller and Ben Trott will both be speaking at the eighth annual meeting of the Cultural Studies Association (CSA) at University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 94720.

Here are the details of the panel:

Thursday March 18, 2010


(ASUC  Student Center, Stephens)

Chair: Stevphen Shukaitis

Defining the (Post)Operaist Approach: Naming its Four Primary Elements’ — Ben Trott, Freie Universitaet Berlin

Another capitalism is possible? The Green New Deal, postOperaismo and the Biocrisis’ — Tadzio Mueller, Independent researcher, Berlin

Reading and Refusing Cultures of Fear/Terror with Autonomist Feminism’ — Fiona Jeffries, Center for Place, Culture and Politics, City University of New York

Thinking in the Conjuncture: Between Hegemonic and PostHegemonic Strategies’ — Chris Hurl, Carleton University

The full CSA conference program is online here.

Registration required. For more information, click here.

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