Category: English

Emerging Communities: the Italian network of alternative projects and their representation

Is what people do and the way they live in the territory of a country always and exclusively equated with the politics of the government and the sensationalist mass-media representation that supports it? Or can there be other ways of...

/ October 27, 2022

Communitism, Athens – The local community comes first

What Greece looks like after the economic and political crisis that hit this country in 2015, and above all, what life and engagement of people look like, we had the opportunity to see on the spot by visiting Athens. The...

/ May 11, 2022

What are the Emerging Communities?

The project with a complex name – Emerging Communities: Empowerment for social engagement, self-organization and development of local solutions – was designed and accepted by the European Commission’s ERASMUS + program and involves mobility of participants to share experiences at...

/ May 11, 2022

OPEN LETTER to the Panel of independent experts of the project Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture

OPEN LETTER to the Panel of independent experts of the project Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture To members of the Panel of independent experts: Sylvia Amann, Cristina Farinha, Agnieszka Wlazel, Ulrich Fuchs, Aiva Rozenberga, Pauli Sivonen, Beatriz...

/ September 13, 2018

The university and the academy are today’s political and conceptual super-ego

by Group for Conceptual Politics Something was abandoned. It’s not overcame – if anything at all is possible and necessary to overcome. It, therefore overcoming, always means return to the known – but then as to the knowledge, and then...

/ December 9, 2010


Afterward to the translation (to Serbo-Croatian) of the book „Anomie/Bonhomie and Other Writings“ by Howard Slater

/ December 9, 2010

Anomie/ Bonhomie & Other Writings

Author: Howard Slater In this collection of writings, Howard Slater improvises around what Walter Benjamin could have meant by the phrase ‘affective classes’. This ‘messianic shard’ and its possible implications leads Slater to develop a therapeutic micro-politics by way of...

/ December 9, 2010