THOUGHT | CRIMES... New press launches first book!

Introducing our new Open Monograph Press: http://thoughtcrimespress.org
TITLE: Who Killed the Berkeley School? Struggles Over Radical Criminology
AUTHORS: Julia & Herman Schwendinger
(with a foreword by Jeff Shantz)
ISBN: 0615990932

Toward Our Liberation: Women leading anti-imperialist movements

RED SPARKS UNION AND THE CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY WORKING GROUP PRESENT:

Toward Our Liberation: Women leading anti-imperialist movements

Public Forum
Thursday, March 6, 7pm, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Room FIR 128, Surrey BC
Friday, March 7, 7pm, SFU Harbour Centre Room 1700, Vancouver

Radical Criminology 3 - Download free or order a print copy

[RadCrim3 - Cover art by Fanny Aishaa]


Here's the entire third issue as a colour PDF

(in our print version --further details below--
only the cover's in colour, inside paintings are b&w.)

As an open access journal all of our content is freely available online through our Open Journal Systems website:
http://journal.radicalcriminology.org

Please feel free to create yourself an account there if you would like to become a reviewer or contribute an article or artwork towards a future issue.

Click here to purchase a print version for $9 [ via 'createspace' ]

Radical Criminology is published in paperback by
punctum books ✶ brooklyn, ny
punctum books ✶ brooklyn, ny
spontaneous acts of scholarly combustion

The North American Anarchist Studies Network 5th Annual Conference

This upcoming week THURS, FRI & SATURDAY we're hosting NAASN5!! and SAT.JAN. 18th, the Surrey Anarchist Bookfair! with lots of amazing tables lined up and some very useful, practical & radical workshops. Drop in any time and listen in (it's free & fun & for real. There will be lunches, snack and tea/coffee as well!)

[Surrey] Layla AbdelRahim: Crime & Reward from an Anarcho-Primitivist Perspective

Here is the video from the excellent presentation by Layla AbdelRahim (and interesting follow-up discussion) which took place at KPU on Tuesday October 8, 2013. Or, check it fullsize on the RadCrim YouTube channel here.

Layla's website is here: http://layla.miltsov.org/

Human Rights & Community Advocacy in the Age of Extreme Energy

(No Enbridge - image by Gord Hill)

A free public event co-hosted by the Critical Criminology Working Group with the PIPE UP Network...

On November 26 @ 5:30pm, please join us for
Student Poster Presentations & Public Research on

Human Rights and Community Advocacy
in the Age of Extreme Energy

with an opening from
Kevin Kelly of the Kwantlen First Nation

Radical Criminology 2 - Download free or order a print copy


Here's the entire second issue as a colour PDF

(in our print version --further details below--
only the cover's in colour, inside paintings are b&w.)

As an open access journal all of our content is freely available online through our Open Journal Systems website. Here is issue 2, click on the 'Table of Contents':
http://journal.radicalcriminology.org/index.php/rc/issue/view/2

Kwantlen EVENT-- Palestinian Political Prisoners: The Struggle for Freedom

Tuesday, September 17
5:00 PM
Kwantlen Polytechnic University - Conference Centre A (Cedar 1205A)
12666 72 Ave, Surrey, BC
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/365966520200705

April 8: Border (In)Security / Deportation is not entertainment

A Panel Discussion
Featuring
* Micheal Vonn, BC Civil Liberties Association, on the implications of turning CBSA raids into entertainment commodities
* Jose Figueroa, We are Jose, a refugee from El Salvador, on his three-year struggle to resist being mis-characterized as a terrorist and the “We are Jose” campaign against deportation

Deepa Kumar: Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire (at Kwantlen, Monday March 4th, 7pm)

The Seriously Free Speech Committee & the Critical Criminology Working Group invite you to join us for a public talk
Title: Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire
by Dr. Deepa Kumar

(Associate Professor of Media Studies and Middle East Studies, Rutgers University)
Author of Outside the Box: Corporate Media, Globalization and the UPS Strike and Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire

Dr. Kumar will discuss how racism is as central to contemporary American imperialist policies now as it was when war was waged against North America’s original inhabitants. She explores historical encounters between Islam and the west, debunking the myth that these can be understood in terms of a “clash of civilizations”.

Monday, March 4th
7pm - 9pm
in the Conference Centre --Room A
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Surrey Campus (12666 72 Avenue)
(Cedar Bldg. 1205A) See the MAP HERE.

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