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 social change and the radical imagination in dark times. This volume is a co-publication between the Radical Imagination Project, Upping the Anti, and Fernwood Publishing. You can buy your copy from Fernwood here.

Outside but Along-Side: Stumbling with Social Movements as Academic Activists

Take a look at a new article by me and Radical Imagination Project co-director Max Haiven about the possibilities, pitfalls, and promises of solidarity research with social movements and academic activism. Published in Social Justice Studies, this article is open-access and part of a great double issue about academic activism.

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Tatamagouche Free School 2015

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The Radical Imagination Project is facilitating the programming for the 11th annual Tatamagouche Free School. We’re thrilled to be doing this and look forward to the Free School running from August 27-30, 2015. Join us if you’re around the North Shore of Nova Scotia at the end of August! Propose a workshop here.