My editorial in the Halifax Examiner about the deplatforming of the Radical Imagination Film and Discussion Series at the Halifax Central Branch Library.
Author: Alex Khasnabish
A Police Escort for the Radical Imagination?
A short piece I wrote re-published in the Nova Scotia Advocate about platforming police, deplatforming radical social justice programming, and public spaces.
Ecologies of the Radical Imagination
My new article “Ecologies of the Radical Imagination” has just been published online in Information, Communication & Society. See it here, the first 50 copies are free to read!
Do Red and Green Mix?
What’s the relationship between socialism and environmentalism in the struggle for a post-capitalist, ecologically sustainable future? Check out Michael Löwy’s original essay, the roundtable it stimulated, and my response here. Great conversations facilitated by the […]
RadioActive: Finding Hope and the Radical Imagination in Dark Times
Max Haiven and I spoke with Natalie Kivell on RadioActive (WVUM) about the radical imagination, social movements, and finding hope in dark times. Check out the audio recording of our full length interview.
Race in a Glass Nation: Fragility and Dissent in the University and Beyond
I was honoured to be invited to be a panelist at this event held at the University of King’s College on November 17, 2017. In a moment of rising fascism, aggrieved masculinity, and rabid white […]
Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up?
Video in three parts from Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up?: Panel Discussion and Launch Event at Mount Saint Vincent University on October 11, 2017 featuring Michael Truscello, Catherine Martin, Jackie Barkley, Lynn Jones, El […]
What Moves Us: The Lives and Times of the Radical Imagination
It’s out! Max Haiven and I are pleased to announce the publication of What Moves Us: The Lives and Times of the Radical Imagination, a collected volume of powerful articles and interviews focusing on radical […]
My interview with Steve Murphy on CTV News Atlantic about the rise of white nationalism and white terror on both sides of the border.