All posts filed under ‘After Progress

Out Now! After Progress

Available for purchase here.Special issue available here. After Progress, the latest Sociological Review Monograph, examines what it might take for us to learn to think and live after progress, “arguably the defining idea of modernity”, and one that the Monograph’s editors suggest that “we cannot live with but do not know how to live without”. […]

After Progess | Plural Potentialities

29th November 2019, 2.00-6.30pmLondon Bridge Hive1 Melior Place London SE1 3SZ In the course of the first two After Progress symposia it has become apparent that, rather than an idea to be criticised, “progress” names instead an entire array of capitalist, colonial and extractivist operations. It is a world-ploughing machine that suffuses the very modern […]

After Progress: Modernity in Ruins

Wed 5th June 2019 | 13.30-18.30pmProfessor Stuart Hall Building (PSH) 326Goldsmiths, University of London New Cross, London, SE14 6NW The event is free, but registration is required due to limited capacity. To register, please go here. A small number of BURSARIES for unfunded PhD students/ECRs are available. Deadline for applications is APRIL 30. For further […]

After Progress | Symposium Series

After Progress | Symposium Series 2019 In this forthcoming symposium series, we propose to experiment, from an interdisciplinary and global perspective, with a pressing question for our troubled times: can we reimagine human and more-than-human arts of living and flourishing from the ruins of the modern idea of progress? The notion of “progress” is arguably the defining […]