EVENT: Tech Me, I’m Yours, with Anna and Kelly Pendergrast

Every Thursday throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Everyday Analysis will be hosting political debates, guests and questions on Zoom.

NEXT EVENT:

Politicizing a Crisis 8- Tech Me, I’m Yours, with Anna and Kelly Pendergrast – Thursday, May 28th, 20:30 GMT

Everyday Analysis welcomes San Francisco and Wellington-based communications strategists Anna and Kelly Pendergrast to our ‘Politicizing a Crisis’ weekly Zoom call. Anna and Kelly are emerging as among the most incisive critics of Silicon Valley’s metaphorical sleights of hand and bad politics, from drone photography and COVID tracking, to vegan meat. Join us to discuss surveillance capitalism’s great COVID power grab.

Join via this Zoom Link or using this meeting ID: 842-7238-7631

PREVIOUS EVENTS:

Politicizing a Crisis 7 – COVID SYMPTOMS, with Ian Parker

Thursday 21st May at 8.30pm (UK Time)

The team welcome legendary revolutionary psychoanalyst Ian Parker, author of Revolutionary Keywords for a New Left and dozens more books, to talk about Marxism, psychoanalysis and coronavirus. Can a new left emerge from out of the morass of pandemic symptoms?

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Politicizing a Crisis 6 – Ruling Déclassé, with Dasha Nekrasova

Thursday 14th May at 8.30pm (UK Time)

From campaigning with Jeffrey Epstein survivors and directing a film set around Epstein’s death, to interviewing Steve Bannon on the Red Scare podcast, Dasha Nekrasova has tracked the ruling class in its most pathological aspects. Everyday Analysis welcome Dasha to discuss how the right and the left respond to ruling class power, as well as to treat us to Red Scare’s inimitable critique of the morbid pleasures of neoliberalism.

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Politicizing a Crisis 5 – FURLOUGH ADDICTION – Thursday May 7th – 8.30pm UK Time

Join the team this week to discuss these hot topics:

  1. Rishi Sunak is a C**t Actually
  2. Psychoanalysis and the coronavirus brain worms
  3. Log the f**k off: app tracking and surveillance capitalism

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Politicizing a Crisis 4 – Thursday 30th April – 8.30pm UK Time

Guests: Josie Sparrow (New Socialist), Jack Frayne-Reid (Reel Politik), Beth Redmond (Tenants’ Union).

Has the Corbyn/Bernie era killed the fantasy that the media exist to hold power to account? What would it take for new media to get left ideas a fair hearing? To debate these questions we are joined by Jack Frayne-Reid and Josie Sparrow, co-founders of two of the UK’s most dynamic cult new left platforms, the Reel Politik satirical podcast and New Socialist magazine, and Beth Redmond, an organiser with the Tenants’ Union and an architect of the most heterodox and effectual Momentum branch, Manchester Momentum.

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Politicizing a Crisis 3 – Thursday 23rd April – 8.30pm UK

Join the team to talk public spaces, St George’s Day and pandemic nationalism, Ben Fogle, coronavirus football, and children and parenting during covid-19.

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Politicizing a Crisis 2 – Thursday 16th April – 8.30pm UK

GUESTS: Marion Trejo and Matt McManus

Marion Trejo is Professor of Politics and International Relations at Tec de Monterrey. Her research is on the genealogy of political fear and contemporary feminist issues in Latin America.

Matt McManus is Professor of Politics and International Relations at Tec de Monterrey, and the author of Making Human Dignity Central to International Human Rights Law and The Rise of Post-Modern Conservatism. His new projects include co-authoring a critical monograph on Jordan Peterson and a book on liberal rights for Palgrave MacMillan.

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Politicizing a Crisis – Thursday 23rd April – 8.30pm UK

Join the team and guests to talk conspiracy theories, clapping out of the window and social distancing.

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