critical readings

3/1 Critical Readings - Angela Davis: Women, Race and Class (1)

For the upcoming meeting of the Critical Reading Group, we read the first four chapters of Women, Race and Class by Angela Davis. The session takes place on the 3rd of January at 18:30 in D-zóna. It is open to anybody interested. As we agreed on reading at home and discussing together, you should read the text if you want to participate at the discussion.

Zima 2018: stálé aktivity

Otevírací doba knihovny // Library opening hours:

  • pondělí // monday 14:00-18:00
  • středa // wednesday 16:00-19:00
  • čtvrtek // thursday 15:00-18:00

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Jazykové kurzy pro všechny

Španělština: každé úterý od 17:00

Angličtina (mírně pokročilé a věčné začátečnice): každé úterý od 18:30, kurz začíná 30.10.2018

Czech for antinationalists: every wednesday 17:00-18:00

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Critical Readings

Every second Thursday at 18:30 in D-zóna (always announced in the calendar and on this web).

13/12 Critical Readings - David Graeber: Fragments of an Anarchist Antropology (2)

During the last session, we discussed the first three chapters of Graeber's Fragments of an Anarchist Antropology. For the upcoming session, we read the rest of the book. This session takes place on the 13th of December at 18:30 in D-zóna. It is open to anybody interested, and there is one more copy of Fragments (in Czech) in the Radical Library. It is also accessible in English on-line for free. As we agreed on reading at home and discussing together, you should read the text if you want to participate at the discussion.

 

6/12 Critical Readings - David Graeber: Fragments of an Anarchist Antropology (1)

As the first lecture, the newborn Critical Reading Group chose David Graeber's Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology. For the discussion which takes place the 6 december at 18:30 in D-zóna, we read the introduction and the first three chapters. It is open to anybody interested, and there is one more copy of Fragments (in Czech) in the Radical Library. It is also accessible in English on-line for free. As we agreed on reading at home and discussing together, you should read the text if you want to participate at the discussion.

22.11.: Critical Readings: Opening Discussion // Kritické čtení: úvodní diskuse

// české znění níže //

 

We're starting a critical reading group, where we could gather, read, and discuss politically important texts together, and perhaps even offer a little alternative to relying on state- and profit-based education.

 

While we have a couple topics, like post-colonialism, autonomism, or feminism, in mind, we'd first like to talk to all those who are interested and answer all the important questions, like:

* which topic(s) are the most interesting and actual to us?