Uprisings!! From Athens to Wall Street: Reflections on Occupy Movements in Greece and the U.S.

MONDAY March 19, 2012

CUNY Graduate Center
Room 6107
365 Fifth Ave, Manhattan

Join scholar-activists and friends for a discussion on the past, present and future of uprisings and occupy movements in Athens and New York City.

With Special Guests:

Dimitris Dalakoglou is co-editor of the book Revolt and Crisis in Greece, and a member of the Occupied London Collective. which maintains the blog From the Greek Streets and has published the anarchist journal Occupied London since 2007 in Britain.  He works as a Lecturer in Anthropology at the University of Sussex (UK).

Manissa McCleave Maharawal is a writer, activist and a doctoral student in the anthropology department at the CUNY Graduate Center. She has been involved with and written extensively about the Occupy movement since it started.

Isham Christie is a student at the CUNY Graduate Center studying critical social theory, philosophy, and film.  He has been involved with Occupy Wall Street since before the occupation began, and has been involved with working groups such as outreach, legal, action planning, social media, and most recently student organizing.