Struggles in Common: audio now available

You can now listen to all the talks from our Struggles in Common event, which took place in Dublin on May 18th. You can read more about the event here.

Patrick Bresnihan, ‘Introduction to Struggles in Common’

Peter Linebaugh ,’The commons and the city’

Panel I – The politics of everyday commoning: what are the potentials and limitations of the commons?

Seoidín O’Sullivan, ‘Community gardens, commoning and enclosure’

Amanda Huron ‘Work, Self-governance, and the Urban Commons: the Everyday Commoning of Limited-equity Housing Cooperatives’

The Provisional University, ‘From Practices of the Commons to a Politics of the Commons: Dublin’s Independent Spaces and the Urban Commons’

Panel II-  Social reproduction, common rights and contemporary crisis (This is available as a single audio file. PLEASE NOTE: There is some initial disturbance on this audio but it stops after a minute)

Kier Milburn and Brian Layng (The Free Association), ‘From Defence of the Commons to Control of the Future’
Gareth Brown (Plan C), ‘Talking about the commons’
Ana Mendez (Observatorio Metropolitano), ‘The becoming-common of the public: changes from the lower level of potentiality to the higher level of actuality in the crisis of the Welfare State.’

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