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Panel discussion "Situationism Reconsidered" (Tape 1)
Documentation of the panel "Situationism Reconsidered," held on March 25th, 1988 as part of the symposium "Reactions to Reactionary Culture." <br>Tom Ward, former member of Situationists International and author of numerous articles on Situationism, is joined by Richard Roderick, professor of philosophy at Duke University to present on the genesis of the S.I. as well as suggestions for its relevance today. <br>This panel was a part of the "Reactions to Reactionary Culture" symposium, held March 25-27, 1988. This symposium on political activism and the arts explored art activism past and present, with a variety of guest speakers. –[Source: Event Calendar -- March/May 1988] <br>Audio is low.
March 25, 1988
Reactions to Reactionary Culture, March 25-27, 1988
U-MATIC, 1:02:34 : [No Info].
Original label: "Situationism Reconsidered" 3/25/88 Tape 1 audio tracks 1 & 2
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