On July 24, 2020, we reflected on the current political moment (see video below). Our next event is on Friday, September 4, 2020 (details to follow).

What is the Nature of, and Meaning, of Our Moment (YouTube)

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Concrete, Close and Strategic Dialogue with One Another

Matt Meyer – 31 July 2020

Remarks, July 24 WebinarPhysics teaches us that the concepts of space and time are more mutable, fluid, bendable than we typically understand them to be. As noted astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson challenged US citizens in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, Will people...
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Defund the Police: Reclaim our imaginations

Michal Osterweil – 24 July 2020

Notes on Pandemic VIIJune 21,...
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Healing Our Collective Trauma and Reclaiming Our Power

Michal Osterweil – 24 July 2020

Notes to Pandemic VIIIJuly 11, 2020Trauma and what healing it can teach us We are going through a profoundly difficult and intense time. Many people have been floating the term collective trauma to describe it—and it certainly could be. If we just look especially at...
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On July 24, 2020, we reflected on the current political moment (see video below). Our next event is on Friday, September 4, 2020 (details to follow). The Movements of Movements website is a companion to the book series featuring updates from the editor & contributors. Here you may also order books, read reviews, learn about related events, reach out to the editor and contributors, and arrange related events. This site...
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The Nature and Meaning of Our Moment, 7/24/2020

On July 24, 2020, we resumed the Movements of Movements conversations begun with the two volumes that constitute the series. The discussion took the uprisings in the United States as a point of departure but, with its international panel of speakers, it focused more generally...
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OpenSpace

Concrete, Close and Strategic Dialogue with One Another

Matt Meyer – 31 July 2020

Remarks, July 24 WebinarPhysics teaches us that the concepts of space and time are more mutable, fluid, bendable than we typically understand them to be. As noted astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson challenged US citizens in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, Will people...
Read more →

Defund the Police: Reclaim our imaginations

Michal Osterweil – 24 July 2020

Notes on Pandemic VIIJune 21,...
Read more →

Healing Our Collective Trauma and Reclaiming Our Power

Michal Osterweil – 24 July 2020

Notes to Pandemic VIIIJuly 11, 2020Trauma and what healing it can teach us We are going through a profoundly difficult and intense time. Many people have been floating the term collective trauma to describe it—and it certainly could be. If we just look especially at...
Read more →