Event • New Jersey

Laboring on the Labor Beat: Unions and 21st Century Journalism

I’m speaking at and helped organize a conference on labor journalism: covering labor and the labor of journalism, May 2, 202410:00am-7:00pm at Rutgers University. On the heels of the pandemic, the US has witnessed one of the most vibrant and militant phases of labor organizing in the last 50 years. New unionizing campaigns at companies […]

Event • Milan

Wired Next Fest Milan

I’m appearing at Wired Italia Next Festival in Milan on October 8.   They call it the great resignation, the abandonment of jobs considered too stressful or not sufficiently paid that we are witnessing in this post-pandemic phase. The Covid-19, however, was only the detonator of a model, the neoliberal one, which had long since entered […]

Event • London

Idler Festival

I’ll be at the Idler Festival (this is the only time I will be on the bill at an event headlined by Jarvis Cocker! Sunday 10 July, 12:15-13:00 on the Lawn Stage at Fenton House (Hampstead Grove, London NW3 6SP). I’ll be speaking about the future work with my comrade-in-arms Amelia Horgan and Brendan Burchell. […]

Event • London

Media Democracy Festival

I’m joining the good folks at the UK Media Reform Coalition for a panel at the Media Democracy Festival, all online this year but still worth attending. The whole schedule is here.

Event • Bristol, UK

What is Goth Communism?

If you know me at all, you know this is the Venn diagram of my interests all at once. The wonderful folks at Bristol Transformed held a virtual Halloween festival with a bunch of amazing sessions, and I joined Laura and Zoe from Season of the Bitch podcast to explain what goth communism is and why we love it. 

Event • Philadelphia, PA

Confronting Inequality: Reimagining the Future of Journalism and Work

I’ll be on a panel on Friday, April 12 at this excellent convening at the University of Pennsylvania on two of my favorite subjects, journalism and work. Specifically, I’ll be part of the discussion on Perspectives on the Future of Local Journalism.

Event

Hannah Arendt Center, Bard College: Citizenship and Civil Disobedience

I took part in a two-day conference this October 11-12 at Bard College’s Hannah Arendt Center to talk about citizenship and civil disobedience–specifically, I spoke on a panel about “organizing from the ground” about the recent wave of teachers’ strikes in weak union states, and took part in a wide-ranging Q&A. Thanks to Bard for […]

Event • New York

Theorizing the Web

EXTREMELY ONLINE SOCIALISM .Moderator Sarah Jaffe .Participants Alexis Goldstein, Shuja Haider, Emma Caterine, Kevin Borden In the wake of several troubling elections, the left has looked to online spaces to play an important role in organizing and publicizing socialist movements.