Towards a Critical Anti-Imperialism #1
In the first session of our three-part series on Towards a Critical Anti-Imperialism, we will present two case studies of imperialism in different regions of the world: Syria and Ukraine.
Often presented as clear-cut cases of Russian imperialism, our speakers will present a plethora of research that complicates such views on the Ukrainian and Syrian conflicts. In particular, attention will be drawn to the continued use of imperial power structures by Western national-corporate war machines, providing a factual foundation for a fruitful discussion on what a critical anti-imperialism could look like today.
Contribution will be given by; Chris de Ploeg, Sheher Khan and Antonio Carmona Bàez
‘Towards a Critical Anti-Imperialism’ is part of the School of Critics program from Studio/K: monthly lectures, workshops, panels, movie and/or discussion nights about critical and social neglected themes. This lecture series is organized in collaboration with: Critical Collective, ILPS-Netherlands and International Institute for Scientific Research
While Studio/K strongly supports critical discussion, the views and opinions expressed in these lectures are those of the speakers and parties and do not necessarily reflect the position of Studio/K.