Audio is now available from ISE co-founder Dan Chodorkoff’s reading from his debut novel Loisaida at the 2011 NYC Anarchist Bookfair. Loisaida (Fomite Press) is now available from Amazon. Please do ask your local bookseller to order copies. Please click here for the audio.
Audio from the closing plenary of the 2011 New York City Anarchist Bookfair featuring ISE associate Ashanti Alston is now available. Click here to link to the audio.
Now Available: audio from a 2011 Left Forum panel discussion entitled “Capitalism, Climate Change, and Social Conflicts.” The panelists include ISE Director Brian Tokar, Chris Williams (Pace University), and Younes Abouyoub (Columbia University). The panel was sponsored by the Union for Radical Political Economics and was chaired by Emily Giles. Click here to link to the audio.
Two clips are now available, the first is an introduction and the second a kind of “opening statement” from both Hern and Zerzan. Here’s the text description from the event which took place on February 5: What does sustainable mean? and what is required for a sustainable society? John Zerzan and Matt Hern will discuss …
Listen to an interview with ISE Board member, Ben Grosscup, in which he discusses social ecology, the movement against genetic engineering in food, possibilities for democracy within municipal political institutions, and the limitations of conventional liberal politics in struggles for freedom. From “The Bread and Roses Show” on WXOJ-LPFM, a low power FM community radio station, in Northampton, MA. …
Thanks to Vincent Gerber for notifying us about the existence of these videos, which were promoted by the blog of Black Rose Books. There are 4 parts (two after the jump).
ISE Board Member Grace Gershuny recently spoke on a variety of food and (organic) agriculture-related topics at Rutgers University. Click the link below to access the video. (It’s recommended that viewers download an updated free version of Microsoft Silverlight.) http://symp.primetechrepair.com/Gershuny/GraceGershuny/player.htm