What has been the legacy of Occupy, ten years later? How are we to locate the Occupy movement in light of earlier protest waves, such as the student uprisings of 68 and the worker protests that followed, or the anti-globalisation marches of the late 1990s? What new social and political dynamics has Occupy bequeathed us today? In this panel debate we welcome leading writers and thinkers on the Occupy movement to reflect on these questions as a part of our “Aftermaths” series of events.
Join unionized museum workers, organizers, activists, and scholars for a discussion about the future of organizing in museums.
I joined IAI Live to talk about time–what it is, how we use it, how capitalism shapes it–alongside Ron Purser (Zen Priest, Business professor, author of McMindfulness) and John Paetsch (poet, philosopher).
I joined WFPL, Kentucky Public Radio, for a labor day conversation on work and why it’s failing us.
I joined WNYC’s United States of Anxiety for a Labor Day show talking about our relationships with work.
I joined Sarah Faith Gottesdiener on the Moonbeaming podcast to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back.
I am so excited for a real live BOOK EVENT, oh my goodness. If you’re in London come join us at the Trouble Club. (Appropriately named, I think!)
7.00pm Wednesday 1st of September, Mortimer House
I joined Samantha Clarke on the Love It Or Leave It podcast to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back.
In the last 18 months, we have seen a re-evaluation of our relationships to work. With more time at home and less time commuting, we’ve been able to think about what we want out of the work-life balance. Sarah Jaffe, author of Work Won’t Love You Back, has been thinking and talking about this relationship […]
I joined the Hit Factory podcast–a show about the movies of the 90s and what they teach us about neoliberalism–to talk about a classic 90s flick and one of my favorites: Reality Bites. I suggested this topic because it is, of course, a film about work and what work means to our personal lives and thus very relevant to Work Won’t Love You Back, but on a re-watch I found it an even thicker and more rewarding text to dig into.