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!
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.
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 […]
TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword: Organising in the 21st Century by Affiong Limene Affiong Introduction: Why Don’t The Poor Rise Up? by Michael Truscello and Ajamu Nangwaya GLOBAL NORTH 1. Idle No More: Grounding the Corrientes […]
On April 21 and 22, 2016 the Scuola Normale Superiore in Florence, Italy hosted the 4th seminar in the Social Movements & Media Technologies series organized by the Centre for Global Media and Democracy (CGMD) […]
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 […]
Full audio of a feature-length interview I did with C.S. Soong of Against the Grain Radio on KPFA. We talked about capitalism, the myth of the middle class, the radical imagination, and building movements against […]
In September 2014 I was invited down to Boston, MA by the good folks at Boston University and the University of Massachusetts to talk about the radical imagination, engaged research, and resistance in time of […]
It’s out! Hot of the presses – The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity (Zed Books) by Max Haiven and me. Buy it from Zed (outside of North America), from Fernwood […]
My article “Subterranean Currents: Research and the Radical imagination in the Age of Austerity” has just been published in Studies in Social Justice, part of an excellent issue based on a workshop about social movements […]