Activist, teacher and writer Silvia Federici was the featured speaker at Hampshire College’s 11th annual Eric Schocket Memorial Lecture Series on class and culture. A professor emeritus of political philosophy and international studies at Hofstra University, Federici has long been active in the anti globalization and the anti death penalty movements and was a founding member of the committee for academic freedom in Africa. She spoke at Hampshire College on March 29, 2018
An audio recording of a talk by scholar, teacher and activist Silvia Federici at Goldsmiths University (London, UK) on 12 November 2012.
Track one features the full-length talk, entitled “From Commoning to Debt: Microcredit, Student Debt and the Disinvestment in Reproduction”. The second track is a recording of the question and answer session with audience participation.*
This event is one of several events organised in conjunction with the release of Silvia’s new book published by PM Press: Revolution at Point Zero: Housework, Reproduction, and Feminist Struggle
*the beginning of first question is cut off – apologies for the technical error.