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I wish teletransportation was accessible. I’d be there in the blink of an eye.
I live in Iran and far now I have translated five book of D. Harvey. I want a Electronic copy of A companion to Marx’s Capital (2) for translation. For political reason I can’t buy it by credit cart or so.
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RT @STCollective: ST Collective Member Ashley Dawson will join a panel discussion on “CUNY & US Empire,” next Wed, Dec 4th @ 3-5pm – http:/…
ST Collective Member Ashley Dawson will join a panel discussion on “CUNY & US Empire,” next Wed, Dec 4th @ 3-5pm – http://t.co/c8rfMP0Ro5
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RT @profdavidharvey: The War Here & Abroad: CUNY & U.S. Empire, a panel with @a_j_dawson, Ali Issa. Dec 4, 3pm at @CUNYGradCenter http://t.…
Towards a Critical Anthropology of Material Infrastructures in South-East Europe. Talk by Dimitris Dalakoglou Dec.6: http://t.co/OvkhMcHktr
http://t.co/AIlNYmbmFH “The War Here & Abroad: CUNY & U.S. Empire, a panel with a_j_dawson, Ali Issa. Dec 4, 3pm … http://t.co/esNFWssk27“
The War Here & Abroad: CUNY & U.S. Empire, a panel with @a_j_dawson, Ali Issa. Dec 4, 3pm at @CUNYGradCenter http://t.co/3IU3l3AfjD
RT @PCPatGC: The War Here and Abroad: CUNY and U.S. Empire:
Please join … http://t.co/Tisn0faWHw
RT @PCPatGC: Discussion today: Bulgarian protests of 2012/13, part of a global protest wave? 6-7pm CUNY GC rm 6107. http://t.co/GFBw6Q9UE3
Discussion today: Bulgarian protests of 2012/13, part of a global protest wave? 6-7pm CUNY GC rm 6107. http://t.co/GFBw6Q9UE3
I would like to sign up for two (2) for the Gloss of Harmony: the Politics of Policy Making in Multilateral Organizations held on Nov. 25th. Is registration required? I do not see a ‘register’ function specifically for this event. Please advise.
No need to register; the event is free and open to the public. You’ll likely need to sign in with security at the front desk– just let them know the name of the event, and the room number, and you should have no problems. See you there!
“Giving back public spaces to the citizens” – The criminalization of homeless people in Hungary: http://t.co/JA0VOyK3cB
MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM is based on South African President Nelson Mandela’s autobiography of the same name, which chronicles his early life, coming of age, education and 27 years in prison before becoming President and working to rebuild the country’s once segregated society
Mandela Long Walk to Freedom (November 2013) DVD Full Lengt http://j.mp/1fPYEPj
I’ll try to come with friends
RT @Aba_Ayensu: Tomorrow: Is it Sweet?: Tales of an African Superstar in New New http://t.co/DTiGPlyEYX @ReggieRockstone http://t.co/fTzCGz…
Tomorrow: Is it Sweet?: Tales of an African Superstar in New New http://t.co/DTiGPlyEYX @ReggieRockstone http://t.co/fTzCGzmfMM
In NYC? Catch Assoc. Prof. Jesse Shipley screening his doc “Is It Sweet? Tales of An African Superstar in NY” tmrw: http://t.co/7g8HGwRRSK
I’d be interested to hear how the big agricultural concerns, one of them starting with M…., meddle in these affairs. So far all these programs like the Green agricultural revolution of some decades ago have played out as a ruse for pushing ecologically questionable seeds on illiterate farmers, then fertilizers, then herbicides, then credit, then bankruptcy.
NOV 5th- Jesse Weaver Shipley discusses his film “Is It Sweet? Tales of an African Superstar in New York” at CUNY GC, http://t.co/IearyjSCfs
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