What are you doing tonight at 7pm? Come down to the shop and join the Municipalism Research Group for the start of our reading group centered around Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt’s new book, Assembly. Better still… the Twins are actually in the playoff’s and once finished we can stumble over to Eastlake to have a beer and watch the game!
Here’s a great interview with Hardt around the issue of organizing published in Roar Magazine back in 2015.
Come join the Municipalism Research Group
in reading Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri’s newest book, Assembly.
We’ll be meeting at Beyond Repair for two evenings, with a lecture at Macalester College on the book, by Michael Hardt, in between.
The book relates to themes that we’ve discussed in the group so far, in particular, how to organize ourselves democratically outside of currently existing forms of representation? How do we build transformative forms of assembly and decision-making structures that rely on the broadest democratic base?
If you need a copy of the book get in touch. Also, we’ll have copies to give away of the new, municipalism centered, issue of Lumpen Magazine
October 3, 7pm at Beyond Repair – Reading group (pgs 1 – 70)
October 6, 4:30 – Lecture by Michael Hardt (John B. Davis Lecture Hall, Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center at Macalester College)
October 10 at Beyond Repair – Reading group (add details)
Nate Young: “Hey, Sam, this book is amazing. We should all read it together. I can’t think of anything else lately.”
Sam Gould: “Awesome. How about Saturday?”
THE UNDERCOMMONS READING GROUP
We’ll be reading Stefano Harney and Fred Moten’s The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study at Beyond Repair. We’ll talk, consider how the text applies to present American realities both across the nation, as well as here in MPLS. We’ll take what we can, and see where it leads.
We’ve printed and bound a few hardcopies to begin with. Come early to get your own – FOR FREE. We’re hoping to read the first section before Sat. 30th of January. If you can’t stop over at Beyond Repair to get a copy, here’s a pdf to begin your reading.