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Policing the Global Crisis, Session III — Aotearoa New Zealand

November 12 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The Arrighi Center is sponsoring a seminar series entitled Policing the Global Crisis.  The third session will focus on New Zealand with presentation by and discussion with:

Session #3 Aotearoa New Zealand: Thursday Nov 12th, 4 pm Eastern Time

  • Eugene Ryder (Spokesperson, Mangu Kaha)

[please note the Thursday 4 pm meeting time]

For the zoom link, please click here to register If you have difficulties registering (e.g., if you don’t have a google account), please send an email request to arrighi@jhu.edu with “Policing the Global Crisis” in subject heading.

Series Theme: The past decade has been characterized by an intertwined explosion of social protest worldwide, a deepening crisis of global capitalism, and increasingly authoritarian and militarized forms of rule—in universities, workplaces, communities, and on the street. The seminar series takes a comparative and global perspective in order to unravel the dynamics of these intertwined processes and to address the urgent question of ‘what is to be done’.

*Our series title is a riff off and homage to Stuart Hall et al’s (1978) Policing the Crisis: Mugging, the State, and Law and Order.

Event Details
November 12
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm