Reading groups as radical practice
Mason, Kelvin; Halvorsen, Sam; Burton, Kerry
Reading groups represent a common practice both inside and outside the university, and in many cases provide an important space that breaches the divide. Nevertheless, there is relatively little critical reflection on the political significance of reading groups, their practical utility, and the challenges involved. This intervention emerged through an encounter between three UK based academic-activists and sharing our experiences of ‘doing reading groups’ in and around the university.
Mason, K., Halvorsen, S., & Burton, K. (2015). Reading groups as radical practice
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Publication Date||Feb 11, 2015|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||radical geography, reading groups, anarchism, marxism, occupy, transition towns|