Spaces of dissent

Saturday 9 November 2013, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Event details Spaces of dissent
Organiser name Morag McDermont
School University of Bristol Law School
Date 09/11/2013
Time 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Venue M Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Road, Bristol BS1 4R
Speakers Chair: Sue Cohen, Co-Investigator, Productive Margins Programme

 

Introduction - outline of Productive Margins programme

Professor Morag McDermont, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Bristol 

Professor Wendy Larner, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, University of Bristol

 

Single Parent Action Network - Campaigns of the 90s and their impact

CSA Campaign, Single Parent Road-show - Sue Cohen, University of Bristol Law School

European Anti-Poverty and Anti-Racist Work - Grace Allen

Benefit Cuts 1997, Annie Oliver

Present day and future - Tove Samzelius

 

Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft and Coexist - Culture Art Enterprise and Spaces of Dissent

Chris Chalkey, PRSC

Jamie Pike, Coexist

 

Heritage- Looking back to go to the future - Why and how we record dissent

Personal as political - impact of recent black history in Bristol - Lilleith Morrison

Heritage and the M Shed - Reethah Desai

 

Type of event Discussion and exhibition
Reception N/A
Booking link Book via Eventbrite
Abstract

How important is protest in shaping the Bristol we know today? Who is written into history and who is not? Whose histories are hidden or erased? Why and how might we remember these histories in museums? Through film, artefacts, presentations and story telling the panel and participants will look at recent dissent in the history of Bristol and consider the impact of protest movements led by some of our most marginalised communities.

Following presentations roundtables will address questions such as: what do we mean by dissent? Who has the right to be a dissenter? What are the spaces for dissent and talking to "the enemy".

If you have any specific access requirements, please contact thinking-futures@bristol.ac.uk

This is a joint event with , the University's Festival of Arts.

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