TODAY / issue 5
TODAY: a publication by Through Europe. Featuring articles by Robert Prouse, Lucy Mercer, Federico Campagna, Paolo Mossetti, Rebecca La Marre and Javier Fisac Seco, freely available here.
TODAY / issue 4
TODAY: a publication by Through Europe. Featuring articles by Franco Berardi, Paolo Mossetti, Federico Campagna, Aaron Peters, Sabu Kohso and Stefano Dorigo freely available here.
TODAY / issue 3
TODAY: a publication by Through Europe. Featuring articles by Franco Berardi Bifo, Federico Campagna, Paolo Mossetti, Aaron Peters, Robert Prouse, Amador Fernandez Savater, freely available here.
TODAY / issue 2
TODAY: a publication by Through Europe. Featuring articles by Franco Berardi Bifo, Federico Campagna, Francesca Martinez Tagliavia, Paolo Mossetti, Aaron Peters, tragicoptimist, freely available here.
TODAY / issue 1
TODAY: a publication by Through Europe. Featuring articles by John Barker, Franco Berardi Bifo, Federico Campagna, Adelita Husni-Bey, Robert Prouse, freely available here.
Il Trasloco: Moving out the Future (with Auto Italia South East)
Il Trasloco (Moving out of the future) is a 1991 independent documentary directed by Renato de Maria, was screened for the first time in the UK with English subtitles as part of a project by Auto Italia South East, London. The film is set in Bologna and retrospectively depicts the history of one of the key places where Autonomia took place during the 1970s. It was translated and subtitled through a collaboration between Auto Italia and Through Europe. [Read more]
San Marino: the first conference of SCEPSI
Reinventing the autonomy of knowledge is the task of our time. It’s not only a political task. The epistemic foundation of research and learning as autonomous activities is at stake, when dogmas of profit, growth, competition take the lead in the old institutions of production and transmission of knowledge. This is why we are calling students and researchers, artists and scientists and social activists to gather in the first conference of SCEPSI that will take place in San Marino, on May 20 and 21.
CONFERENCE @ Theatre, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London
Radical Publishing: What Are We Struggling For?
Last year’s student protests saw a new generation take to the streets. Much was made of the vandalism and disruption that occurred, with some arguing it eclipsed the protests’ intentions—but were the students’ demands ever clearly articulated? Did the protestors know what they were struggling for? From pamphlets and theses to journals and zines—the relationship between protest and print goes back a long way and has helped galvanise and articulate dissent, but do radical publishers and radical thinkers still matter today and how do they relate to contemporary protest?
SEMINAR @ Lecture Theatre, Courtauld Institute, London
From Tute Bianche to the Book Bloc: the Italian movement and the coming European insurrection
What thread links the political experience of Tute Bianche with the Book Blocs we have seen last autumn on the streets of Rome and London? What is the link between the alter-globalisation movement of Seattle and Genoa and the student and youth movements that are now setting Europe on fire?
Ultimate Reseau General-intellect (after)Europe
A process of autonomy and self-organization of the general intellect is urgent. A new precarious intelligentsia has to arise. The coming European insurrection will be the insurrection of knowledge and sensuousness, against the corporate dictatorship of ignorance and the dark rule of sadness.