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Recent Events

Seminar | Cultural Production and Social Justice, 9th February 2024, University of Cambridge

Please see an invitation on behalf of the University of Cambridge, with Mark Devenney:   We are delighted to be able to invite you to the inaugural event of the new Faculty Research Seminar series: Cultural Production and Social Justice.   The… Continue Reading →

The Politics of Emotion | Cristiano Gianolla

In November 2023, CAPPE welcomed Doctor Cristiano Gianolla from the University of Coimbra, Portugal presented his recent work about emotions and populism.  PAPER TITLE: Populism and the Politics of Emotion The social sciences and humanities have generated copious but fragmented… Continue Reading →

The Politics of Memory in the Italian Populist Right | Marianna Griffini

In November CAPPE welcomed Dr Marianna Griffini (Northeastern University, London) to introduce her new book on the Italian Populist Right and the Politics of Coloniality with a workshop and lecture at the University of Brighton. After the election of Gert… Continue Reading →

Identity, Work, and The Centrality of Disablement to the Reproduction of Capitalist Social Relations

29th March 2023 online Ioana Cerasella Chis This talk presents a series of arguments developed through the qualitative research project called ‘The Politics of Disablement and Precarious Work in the UK’. In the first part of the talk, I build… Continue Reading →

The Reinvigorated Social Model of Disability

14  December 2022 online Ellen Clifford  Disabled people in the UK have been subjected to brutal, targeted attacks by government since 2010, largely concealed from the public through spin, lies and strategic U-turns. In 2016 the UN found the UK… Continue Reading →

Disrupting Climate Politics: Radical Perspectives for Global Environmental Transformations. CAPPE international conference 2022

CAPPE’s 17th annual international, interdisciplinary conference August 31-September 2, 2022 The urgency of the climate emergency has seen a wide range of political responses over recent decades. Many struggles are fought by marginalised groups and those most acutely affected by… Continue Reading →

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, University of Brighton hosted Sonic Rebellions (CAPPE sponsored), a two day conference designed and managed by rapper and PhD researcher Wanda Canton. The interdisciplinary conference… 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 →

Workshop | The Politics of Disability and Research Accessibility

7 February 2022 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 home if that’s where they need to be. This workshop welcomes… Continue Reading →

CAPPE – Chantal Mouffe Keynote Address – Democracy and/or Populsim

CAPPE Workshop: Ghosts of Property 26-27/05/21

Re-Engaging the Politics of Black Radicalism in the age of ‘Black Lives Matter’

Kehinde Andrews, Birmingham City University 14 November 2017 Black radicalism is one of the most misunderstood political philosophies that exist. Conflated with extremism; narrow versions of nationalism and; misogynistic organisations it has largely been dismissed or overlooked as the ‘evil… Continue Reading →

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