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Social Screenings: When China Met Africa (2010)

Datum: 
Tuesday, 10 March, 2020 - 19:00 to 22:00

Millions of dollars are flowing into Zambia, fuelling infrastructure improvements and investment opportunities—and reflecting the rise of China as a new global superpower. But will this also improve life for the average citizen or simply set off a new Scramble for Africa?

Join us for a film with English subtitles followed by an informal discussion.

This event will take place in 'A Maze In Thaiovna' in Kafkova 18 street.

Social Screenings: Medium Cool (1969)

Datum: 
Tuesday, 3 March, 2020 - 19:00 to 22:15

A television cameraman navigates the upheaval at Chicago's Democratic National Convention in 1960s experimental style. Electoral politics, the media, and the underclasses are all in tension—and ready to explode.

In "celebration" of the United States' presidential primary, join us for a film followed by an informal discussion.

Critical Readings: 17 Contradictions & the End of Capitalism (4)

Datum: 
Thursday, 5 March, 2020 - 19:00 to 22:00

We continue our path to read David Harvey's "Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism".

We enter now in the second part of the book, 'The Moving Contradictions'.

In this meeting we will review and present:

  • Chapter 8 "Technology, Work and Human Disposability" (pages 91-11)
  • Chapter 9 "Divisions of Labour" (pages 112-130)

In addition, we are going to discuss also this additional article that will give show us Harvey's geographical and urban approaches:

Cosmopolitan Readings: The Patience Stone

Datum: 
Thursday, 27 February, 2020 - 19:00 to 22:00

In the need to take a closer look at societies around the world that are too often overlooked by the mainstream media, we are reading the literature of countries around the world to gain a better understanding of their history, societies, ways of thinking, and political changes and their interactions with society and the struggles of people hoping to gain more rights and freedom.

Social Screenings: Orlando (1992)

Datum: 
Tuesday, 25 February, 2020 - 19:00 to 22:00

In celebration of the upcoming Women's History Month and International Women's Day, Orlando navigates the joys and challenges of four centuries of sexual politics. As a loose adaptation of Virginia Woolf's novel of the same name, this film dazzlingly bends time, gender, and artistic convention.

Join us for a film followed by an informal discussion.

Social Screenings: Katiyabaaz/Powerless (2013)

Datum: 
Wednesday, 19 February, 2020 - 19:00 to 22:00

Kanpur, India, is a city of 3 million—but also one that suffers from blackouts up to 15 hours a day. In response, Loha, a 'Robin Hood of electricity', charges the rich to power impoverished neighborhoods. As he and others like him conflict with power companies and government officials, a portrait of urban decay and people power in the world's fastest developing country takes shape.

Join us for a film followed by an informal discussion.

Critical Readings: 17 Contradictions & the End of Capitalism (2)

Datum: 
Thursday, 6 February, 2020 - 19:00 to 22:00

In the latest installment of D-Zóna's Critical Readings book club, we are reading "Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism" by Marx scholar and urbanist David Harvey. In this book, Harvey discusses how the contradictions inherent in the modern form of capitalism inevitably lead to crises which will eventually become this system's undoing.

This meeting will discuss contradictions (chapters) 2-4, "The Social Value of Labour and Its Representation by Money", "Private Property and the Capitalist State", and "Private Appropriation and Common Wealth".

Critical Readings: The Murray Bookchin Reader (4)

Datum: 
Thursday, 12 December, 2019 - 19:00 to 21:00

In the Critical Readings book reading group, we are currently reading 'The Murray Bookchin Reader', of Murray Bookchin.

 

Murray, in this book, spans five decades and encompass subject matter or revolutionary philosophy, politics and histoiry, which are far less known than the specify controversies that deserve ar greater attention.

In this meeting we will present and discuss chapters 6 and 7 of 'The Murray Bookchin Reader, of Murray Bookchin: 'Anarchism' and 'Libertarian Municipalism'.

The book is accesible here: