Reclaiming Agency in Social Change: Reorganizing Society From the Bottom-up with Social Activist and Post-Development Theorist Gustavo Esteva

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As jobs, assets and expectations are increasingly at risk with the current crisis, people everywhere are no longer expecting a solution for their predicaments conceived and implemented by the powers that be. They are losing trust in the government and the political parties to produce needed and urgent social changes. People’s new agency for change is the reorganization of society from the bottom-up expressing a new political imagination
Date: Monday, February 20th
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Place: Wesleyan Career Center
Cost: Free

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    Is this a discussion or a lecture? Is there a speaker? Are there participants from outside Wesleyan? Is the last sentence in the description cut off? Will there be free food?

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      Reclaiming Agency in Social Change: Reorganizing Society From the Bottom-Up

      with Social Activist and Post-Development Theorist Dr. Gustavo Esteva

      Monday February 20th 5 PM @ Career Center, 41 Wyllys Ave.

      Co-sponsored
      by the Adelphic Education Fund, the Infoshoppe Collective, Ajúa Campos,
      Hermes, Occupy, Center for the Americas, the Dean of Social Sciences,
      the Service Learning Center, the Sociology and Anthropology departments,
      and Latin American Studies.

      ——————–

      Insurgent Research: Looking for Autonomy in the Production of Knowledge
      with Social Activist and Post-Development Theorist Dr. Gustavo Esteva

      Tuesday February 21th 12 PM @ Olin Library; Room 204

      BRING YOUR LUNCH!
      Co-sponsored
      by the Adelphic Education Fund, the Infoshoppe Collective, Ajúa Campos,
      Hermes, Occupy, Center for the Americas, the Dean of Social Sciences,
      the Service Learning Center, the Sociology and Anthropology departments,
      and Latin American Studies.

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      Reception and Discussion following the Lecture

      Co-sponsored
      by the Adelphic Education Fund, the Infoshoppe Collective, Ajúa Campos, Hermes,
      Occupy, Center for the Americas, the Dean of Social Sciences, the Service
      Learning Center, the Sociology and Anthropology departments, and Latin American
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      Co-sponsored
      by the Adelphic Education Fund, the Infoshoppe Collective, Ajúa Campos, Hermes,
      Occupy, Center for the Americas, the Dean of Social Sciences, the Service
      Learning Center, the Sociology and Anthropology departments, and Latin American
      Studies.

      1. Anon

        Reclaiming Agency in Social Change: Reorganizing Society From the Bottom-Up

        with Social Activist and Post-Development Theorist Dr. Gustavo Esteva

        Monday February 20th 5 PM @ Career Center, 41 Wyllys Ave.

        Co-sponsored by the Adelphic Education Fund, the Infoshoppe Collective,

        Ajúa Campos, Hermes, Occupy, Center for the Americas, the Dean of Social

        Sciences, the Service Learning Center, the Sociology and Anthropology

        departments, and Latin American Studies.

        ——————–

        Insurgent Research: Looking for Autonomy in the Production of Knowledge

        with Social Activist and Post-Development Theorist Dr. Gustavo Esteva

        Tuesday February 21th 12 PM @ Olin Library; Room 204

        BRING YOUR LUNCH!

        Co-sponsored by the Adelphic Education Fund, the Infoshoppe Collective,

        Ajúa Campos, Hermes, Occupy, Center for the Americas, the Dean of Social

        Sciences, the Service Learning Center, the Sociology and Anthropology

        departments, and Latin American Studies.

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