The Rise of the Indignants: Greece, Spain and Europe

by | 24 Jun 2011

Backdoor Broadcasting have just put up the podcast of last wednesday’s event at Birkbeck on the recent events in Greece and Spain. The abstract reads:

When Stephane Hessel wrote in Time for Outrage!that indignation with injustice should turn to ‘a peaceful insurrection’ perhaps he did not expect that the movement of ‘indignados’ in Spain and ‘aganaktismenoi’ (outraged) in Greece would take his advice to heart so soon and so spectacularly.

Order of Speakers:

Costas Lapavitsas (SOAS)

Carlos Frade (Salford University)

Illan Rua Wall (Oxford Brookes)

Stathis Kouvelakis (King’s College London)

Alex Colas (Birkbeck)

Costas Douzinas (Birkbeck)

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