- On January 23, 2012, the fabulous KPFA Berkeley radio show Against The Grain broadcast a feature-length interview (1h) with me about the themes and arguments in my article “Are your children old enough to learn about May ’68?: Recalling the radical event, refracting utopia and commoning memory,” published last Spring in Cultural Critique. Many thanks to C.S. Soong for such excellent and thorough questions and Pierre Loiselle for technical expertise and assistance. The interview has been archived here: http://www.againstthegrain.org/program/523/id/032346/mon-1-23-12-memory-and-radical-imagination
- At Congress 2011, in Fredericton NB, I participated in a panel at the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers to English (ACCUTE) meeting organized the the journal ESC: English Studies in Canada titled “Face/Book/Net/Work: Social Networking in the Humanities” (video here). My talk, titled “Net/Working in the Edu-Factory“ has been published in ESC 36.4 and is available here: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/esc_english_studies_in_canada/v036/36.4.haiven.html
- On January 19 the Dalhousie Platypus Society hosted a panel titled “The 3 Rs: Reform, Revolution, and ‘Resistance‘” in Halifax in which I participated. An audio archive of the talk is available here: http://dalhousie.platypus1917.org/?p=184.