RIB is on the move, Glasgow's own, longstanding, Radical Independent Bookfair is on the move, reaching into the far distant nether regions of the borders and will be in Dumfries in April. However, you can enjoy this pop-up event right here in Glasgow also in April at Kinning Park Complex.
Home and Away -
Two April events from the Glasgow's Radical Independent Bookfair project...
Sunday 13-20 April
Kinning Park Complex
43 Cornwall street
RiB - Black BOX
Glasgow's Radical Independent Bookfair project presents 'black box'… (physically in the form of a black fold out booth and visually as a recorder of recent and past radical events…) this week long stand will have an array of materials squeezed into it including… new titles from AK Press, Angry Artworks t-shirts, Govanhill Baths' bags, second hand Unity books, Feral Trade coffee as well as old publications to swap, Document dvds to watch, customised stickers for kids and of course an array of other free materials.
This stall will be part of a Broth Mix Cafe event organised by the Open Jar collective. A week long event where the main hall of Kinning Park Complex will be transformed into a cafe providing homemade soup and bread along with a series of free workshops, talks and performances.
The stall is open for the duration of the Broth Mix event - detail of all these related free events click here.
Stall open at these times...
sun 13th - 12-7pm
mon 14th - 12-5pm
tues 15th - 12-8pm
wed 16th - 12-5pm
thur 17th - 12-8pm
fri 18th - 12-5pm
sat 19th - 12-5pm
sun 20th - 12-6pm
Wednesday 9 April
University of Glasgow, Crichton Campus.
RiB - travelling stall.
Contemporary Anarchist Theory and Practice: Critical Perspectives School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow, Rutherford McCowan Building, Crichton Campus Bankend Road, Dumfries, DG1 4ZL (campus is approximately 2.5 miles from Dumfries train station)
For the first time ever - we will be doing a stall outside of the Glasgow area! Trundling down to Dumfries with a small stall at this mini conference. The mini-conference/get-together is an opportunity to share research and critical practice. With ‘critical’ playing multiple roles, meaning either important, relevant/vital, analytical, supportive, evaluative or from opposing traditions.
I'm a better anarchist than you.
Morgan Gibson (Queensland University)
Vicente Ordóñez Roig (Jaume I University, Castellón, Spain)
David Lamb (Hon Reader in Bioethics, Univ. Birmingham, Council member of
the Companion Animal Wel-fare Council)
Angela McClanahan (Edinburgh University)
Dek Keenan (Independent Labour Researcher)
Hartwig Pautz (Spirit of Revolt and University of the West of Scotland)
John Crossan (University of Glasgow)
Sotiris Frantzanas (University of Glasgow)
Hamish Kallin (University of Edinburgh)
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