Occupy Harvard Teach In – Lecture Audio

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“The Occupy Movement and Student Debt Refusal”
Andrew Ross, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University

“Fear and Power”
Brad Epps, Professor of Romance Languages & Literatures and Department Chair for Studies in Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

“Booms and Busts: The Legal Dynamics of Modern Money”
Christine Desan, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, Harvard University

“Vigilance, Inquiry, Alienation & Hope at Harvard and in the USA”
John Womack, Robert Woods Bliss Professor of Latin American History and Economics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

“Economics for the 99%”
Juliet Schor, Professor of Sociology, Boston College

“Wall Streetʼs Role in the European Financial Crisis”
Richard Parker, Lecturer in Public Policy and Senior Fellow at the Shorenstein Center, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

“Why Has Inequality Grown in America? What Should We Do?”
Archon Fung, Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship and Co-Director of Transparency Policy Project, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Slides from Archon Fung’s Lecture

“Heterodox Economics: Alternatives to Mankiw’s Ideology”
Stephen Marglin, Walter Barker Professor of Economics, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

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6 comments on “Occupy Harvard Teach In – Lecture Audio

  1. STOP THE OCCUPATION NOW says:

    The Occupy Movement and Student Harvard Financial Aid Refusal: Dozens of Protesters Transfer to Bunker Hill Community College.

    • peaceful says:

      you really need a hobby. i’m glad that attempting multiple times a day to criticize and find fault with the occupy movement at large, and particularly occupyharvard, has provided you with so much purpose for your otherwise listless and directionless existence. warms my heart “STOP THE OCCUPATION NOW” :)

  2. Nan S says:

    Are these classroom lectures the explanation for why your encampment in the Yard is empty of people?
    You should have a human presence in your encampment 24-7….unless it is merely a modern art exhibit.

    Our “Occupy Long Beach” group will be attempting to close two of the largest Ports on the west coast on Monday.

  3. […] Last Wednesday, the Occupy movement gained a little more intellectual momentum when eight faculty members from Harvard, Boston College, and N.Y.U. gathered in Cambridge to present a daylong Teach-In. In one talk, Archon Fung (Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship and Co-Director of Transparency Policy Project at Harvard) took a vague thesis of the Occupy movement — “Shit is Fucked Up and Bullshit” — and gave it some academic depth in a data-filled talk called “Why Has Inequality Grown in America? And What Should We Do About It?” The other talks are available on YouTube (see links below) or via audio stream: […]

  4. […] The Occupy movement gained a little more intellectual momentum when eight faculty members from Harvard, Boston College, and N.Y.U. gathered in Cambridge to present a daylong Teach-In. In one talk, Archon Fung (Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship and Co-Director of Transparency Policy Project at Harvard) took a vague thesis of the Occupy movement — “Shit is Fucked Up and Bullshit” — and gave it some academic depth in a data-filled talk called “Why Has Inequality Grown in America? And What Should We Do About It?” The other talks are available on YouTube (see links below) or via audio stream: […]

  5. […] Last Wednesday, the Occupy movement gained a little more intellectual momentum when eight faculty members from Harvard, Boston College, and N.Y.U. gathered in Cambridge to present a daylong Teach-In. In one talk, Archon Fung (Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Citizenship and Co-Director of Transparency Policy Project at Harvard) took a vague thesis of the Occupy movement — “Shit is Fucked Up and Bullshit” — and gave it some academic depth in a data-filled talk called “Why Has Inequality Grown in America? And What Should We Do About It?” The other talks are available on YouTube (see links below) or via audio stream: […]

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