ASTUS has a collective called the "critical urbanists"! With Critical Urbanists we set up events where we discuss topics that are related to the city and things we are interested in, for example feminism, ablesims, inequality, the climate crisis. These events tend to be relatively relaxed, everyone can contribute, no matter your previous knowledge or experience. However, the events are mostly based on texts, which will be shared in advance. We kindly ask you to have a look at the texts before joining so we have a common basis for the discussion. Are you interested to join this committee? You can contact us at email@example.com or take a look at our collective page.
- zo 28 novDen Haag28 nov 2021 16:00Den Haag, Turfmarkt 99, 2511 DC Den Haag, Netherlands28 nov 2021 16:00Den Haag, Turfmarkt 99, 2511 DC Den Haag, NetherlandsDear critical urbanists, After a very nice first meeting on the first two chapters of the book 'end of policing' by Alex Vitale we are excited to further read, learn and discuss! The next meeting will be on the 28th of November at 16:00 at the cafetaria in Wijnhaven and includes chapter 3, 4 and 5.
- zo 07 novDen Haag07 nov 2021 16:00Den Haag, Turfmarkt 99, 2511 DC Den Haag, Netherlands07 nov 2021 16:00Den Haag, Turfmarkt 99, 2511 DC Den Haag, NetherlandsDear critical urbanists, We are very exciting to announce that we will be discussing the book ‘the End of Policing’ by Alex Vitale! This book gives a very interesting and contemporary perspective on our society, the shortages of modern policing and safety.
- wo 20 oktDen Haag20 okt 2021 17:00Den Haag, Turfmarkt 99, 2511 DC Den Haag, Netherlands
- ma 26 aprhttps://bit.ly/3tbPJmF26 apr 2021 20:00https://bit.ly/3tbPJmF26 apr 2021 20:00https://bit.ly/3tbPJmFOn 26th April at 8 pm! we will have a meeting to discuss disabilities in urban contexts. To get started we will read "11.3 Disability and the city" in the textbook Urban social geography (Knox & Pinch). And we are always happy if you have any suggestions to share on this or other topics.