- Leila Dawney, 'The idea of the common'
- Gundula Ludwig, “Community as a ‘body without organs’. Post-sovereign reformulations of democracy”
- Slavcho Dimitrov, “Shattering the grounds of community: Queerness, corporeality and the political”
- Patrick Bresnihan, “From commons to commoning”
- Tracey Skillington, “‘We bow our heads in deep mourning’: Genocide remembrance amongst global political communities”
- Thomas Swann, “Social Media, Organisational Cybernetics and Non-hierarchical Community Organisation”
- Alexandra Reynolds, “Collaborate or perish! The network economy, consensus democracy and late biopower”
- Adam Gearey, “On Martin Luther King day...”
- Daniel Matthews, “A communality-to-come: Deconstructive politics and community.”
- Tara Atluri, “Pirates and politics: A digital commons or Bill Gates’s wet dream?”
- Naomi Millner, “An uncommon commons: Radicalising the radical imagination as a response to new enclosures”
- Sophie Ball, “Reclaim the commons: Occupy everything”
The line-up for our conference panel 'Common Life: Critical Perspectives on Authority, Experience and Community' at the London Conference in Critical Thought has been finalised. We've had a lot of interest in the panel, and are looking forward to a really exciting set of papers. Leila Dawney and Sam Kirwan are organizing the panel. Abstracts can be viewed here.