On Sunday, April 19, we will be joined by historian Robert Ovetz, who will discuss his recently published book, When Workers Shot Back. Class Struggle from 1877 to 1921. The main reading will be the introduction to the book, available here: Ovetz – When Workers Shot Back – Intro
Condensed versions of the chapters on wildcat strikes and the Seattle 1919 general strike can be found here:
We will meet at Floods Hall. Bring snacks!
This event is sponsored by Railway Workers United.
This January we will meet twice to discuss Frederic Neyrat’s decisive takedown of the anthropocene literature, The Unconstructable Earth. Our meeting dates and times are listed on the flier, but we’re still working out locations, so please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the latest information.
Between now and March, we will be reading several texts around the themes of the undercommons, destitution, and relations of fugitivity and denaturing, in anticipation of the conference in Bloomington, IN. If you’d like to join us, write to email@example.com (or DM us through Twitter) for meet up times, as they may not always be circulated publicly. With the exception of the book on Trump, which we haven’t found a pdf for yet, the texts are collected in a .zip file here.