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Report on Sonic Rebellions: Sound and Social Justice Conference

By Alice O’Malley-Woods What is the relationship between sound and social justice? In May 2022, Brighton University hosted Sonic Rebellions (CAPPE sponsored), a two day conference designed and managed by rapper and PhD researcher Wanda Canton. The interdisciplinary conference brought… Continue Reading →

CAPPE Conference. Disrupting Climate Politics: Radical Perspectives for Global Environmental Transformations

CAPPE’s 17TH ANNUAL INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE Call for Papers: ‘Disrupting Climate Politics: Radical Perspectives for Global Environmental Transformations’ Dates: August 31-September 2, 2022 Keynote Speakers: TBC The urgency of the climate emergency has seen a wide range of political responses over… Continue Reading →

Russia’s War in Ukraine. Professor Neil Robinson.

Russia’s War in Ukraine. Professor Neil Robinson. Tuesday 8th of March, 17.00-18.30 on Teams  The unprecedented invasion of Ukraine has left all of us shocked, uncertain how to respond and worried about millions of people caught in a war they… Continue Reading →

CAPPE Conference. Sonic Rebellions. Sound and Social Justice

Sonic Rebellions What is the relationship between sound and social justice? 27th and 28th May 2022 University of Brighton A two-day event hosting a variety of speakers, panels and workshops including academics, artists, and activists. Our keynote speaker is rapper… Continue Reading →

CAPPE Workshop: The Politics of Disability and Research Accessibility

Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics, School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Brighton Workshop: The Politics of Disability and Research Accessibility With Luke Beesley This workshop will be run as a hybrid event, with colleagues able to ‘call in’ from… Continue Reading →

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