UCL OPEN SPACE EVENTS – DAY SEVEN, NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION, Tuesday 30 November 2010

9am Legal briefing

10am GENERAL MEETING

11am ‘UCL politics and how to get management on your side’, Mark Maslin, Head of Geography UCL

12: Open Seminar on Occupation Politics

1pm Lunch Hour Lecture: Ten Reasons to Act Dr. George Paizis (former UCL French lecturer)

2pm The Uses of Education Matthew Hiscock, UCL Greek and Latin

3pm Open Seminars Series Media workshop, Joy Mac, JBR Activities Room

4pm Art and Resistance in Gaza Yael Kahn, Islington Friends of Yibna

5pm Endgame: energy crisis, climate damage and visual culture David Cross artist

6pm GENERAL MEETING

7pm PRESS CONFERENCE

TBC!! Open Seminar Series Slade Reading Group

MUSIC AND SPOKEN WORD FROM 8.30pm:

Disraeli and The Small Gods – winners of the UK Slam Poetry Competition 2010
The Men that Will Not Be Blamed for Nothing – “Crusty punk meets cockney sing-songs meets grindcore in the 1880s”
Van Howling
The Agitator – “a self-consciously zeitgeisty trio”, John Harris, The Guardian

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