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Ben Whitham – The Millbank Riot: A Step in the Direction of Control?

Event date: 12 March 2011 Main Building School of Oriental and African Studies University of London Taking Control   Ben Whitham – The Millbank Riot: A Step in the Direction of Control? —————————————- talk: —————————————- <<== back to main conference page share this entry:

Phil Edwards – Terrible Beauty seeks Geometric Potency: arms and the law in the anni di plombo

Event date: 12 March 2011 Main Building School of Oriental and African Studies University of London Taking Control   Phil Edwards (Manchester Met) – Terrible Beauty seeks Geometric Potency: arms and the law in the anni di plombo —————————————- talk: —————————————- <<== back to main conference page share this entry:

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Vassilis Fouskas – Deconstructing Hub and Spoke Imperialism

Event date: 12 March 2011 Main Building School of Oriental and African Studies University of London Taking Control   Vassilis Fouskas (Richmond) – Deconstructing Hub and Spoke Imperialism —————————————- talk: —————————————- <<== back to main conference page share this entry:

David Chandler – The Problematic of Control in a Global World

Event date: 12 March 2011 Main Building School of Oriental and African Studies University of London Taking Control David Chandler (Wesminster) – The Problematic of Control in a Global World —————————————- talk: —————————————- <<== back to main conference page share this entry:

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Taking Control – conference page

  Event date: 12 March 2011 Main Building School of Oriental and African Studies University of London Taking Control This conference is concerned with control.  On what it means today – under globalised late capitalism – to take or be in control of institutions, whether political, economic, or academic.  We are concerned with theorising how to take control, and on …

Jodi Dean – Revolutionary Theory and Communist Organisation

Event date: 12 March 2011 Main Building School of Oriental and African Studies University of London Taking Control   Jodi Dean (Hobart and William Smith)Revolutionary Theory and Communist Organisation —————————————- talk: questions: —————————————- <<== back to main conference page share this entry:

Susan Conway – The Material Culture of the Tai Shan of Burma: Cosmology, Astrology and Religious Rituals

Event Date: 10 June 2010 – 6pm – 7:30pm Dr Susan Conway (School of Oriental and African Studies) The Material Culture of the Tai Shan of Burma: Cosmology, Astrology and Religious Rituals Most belief systems are built on concepts of salvation, a contest between good and evil, positive power versus negative power. People throughout the world have developed strategies for …