PhD student in the School of Management at the University of Leicester working on anarchist and autonomist theories of organisation and social media.
Thomas Swann and Konstantin Stoborod, Graduate Teaching Assistants at the School, reflect on their 2 year effort to bring Anarchist Practices and Management Studies together The 3rd Anarchist Studies Network conference took place between the 3rd and the 5th of September, at that network’s home, Loughborough University. As with the 2nd ASN conference two years […]
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Thomas Swann, Graduate Teaching Assistant at the School and the recent recipient of a Times Higher Education Best Essay Prize, encourages us to pay more attention to the Grassroots of the movement toward Scottish Independence Those who struggled through the recently televised debate between between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling witnessed a pretty dour affair. […]
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Management and anarchism have something very superficial in common – most people loathe them. Nevertheless, on Tuesday the 29th of October, a workshop held at the School’s Centre for Philosophy and Political Economy explored what else can be said about this most peculiar of intersections. The event featured talks from Liam Barrington-Bush, author of Anarchists […]
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