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Riot Logistics

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The recent uprisings in USA after the death of George Floyd lead us to move up the publication of this article by Nick Dyer-Witheford, Jaime Brenes Reyes and Michelle Liu that will be part of a forthcoming book on Capital Revolutions we are editing as Into the Black Box. We thank…

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[CfP] Criticizing disruption. Platformization and its discontent

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More often than not, the disruptive character of Platform Capitalism is highlighted as a new paradigm of contemporary global capitalism. Urban spaces (considered in a broad sense) are pervaded by platform workers. We do think that, although inserted by new organization forms and labor control, platformization is anything but new…

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#2 Politics [Webseminars] Radical Thinking in Time of Pandemic

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Video of the second web seminar on global political scenario and the national situation in USA and China with Simone Pieranni and Tania Rispoli. Work, Politics, Social Reproduction, Ecology: these are the four axes around which the web seminar of Into the Black Box is centred. Every Tuesday for four…

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Struggle in a Pandemic. Una raccolta di contributi del Workers Inquiry Network

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Pubblichiamo oggi l’ebook “Struggle in a Pandemic”, prodotto da una rete transnazionale in costruzione chiamata Workers Inquiry Network. Lo scorso anno, assieme a una serie di realtà di ricerca e intervento sociale, abbiamo iniziato a tessere uno scambio di riflessioni e testi a partire da esperienze di inchiesta nel mondo…

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#1 Labour [Webseminars] Radical Thinking in Time of Pandemic

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Video of the first web seminar on labour transformations in time of pandemic with Francesca Coin and Niels Van Doorn. Work, Politics, Social Reproduction, Ecology: these are the four axes around which the web seminar of Into the Black Box is centred. Every Tuesday for four weeks two speakers will…

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“Just-in-time” politics: How invisibilized work is made visible during the “corona crisis”

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In the corona crisis the invisibilized work of people who provide basic services is becoming more visible. Could this be an unexpected opportunity for labor organizing? Urban researcher Katja Schwaller is exploring this question, focusing in particular on those areas of society where Big Tech is taking over. An interview…

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