[NetBehaviour] the "hacked" web site of the "occupied" Ministry of Education...
marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Wed Nov 19 18:14:00 CET 2008
I just found this, a hack before your very eyes...
read below then click link...
You can hear the multiple voices in movement of Anna Adamolo, the "Onda
Anomala" (Anomalous Wave)
in the "hacked" web site of the "occupied" Ministry of Education...
Just hold on few seconds on this page :
Josephine Berry Slater wrote:
> > The double crisis of the university and the global economy
> > Talk: Wednesday 26 November 2008 at 4pm
> > Goldsmiths University of London – Warmington Tower 1210
> > For a number of weeks in Italy the entire education system – from
> > universities to elementary schools, from students to researchers and from
> > parents to teachers – has been mobilizing. Marches, occupations,
> > demonstrations, pickets and blockages of the metropolitan flow have
> > replaced the dreary rhythm of school timetables and university courses.
> > The protests are directed against the new budget cuts implemented by
> > Berlusconi’s government last summer, which seriously undermine the public
> > nature of education and research.
> > The university movement – self-named the “Anomalous Wave” – acts within a
> > specific context, such as the long crisis and decline of the Italian
> > higher education system. However, it also critically underlines common
> > trends in the transformations affecting the university at the European and
> > transnational level: i.e. the Bologna process, the corporatization of
> > education and the changes of the welfare system, the central role of
> > knowledge in the mode of production, the rise of casualised labor, the
> > emergence of a new type of student-worker figure.
> > Moreover, one of its key slogans is particularly interesting “We won’t pay
> > for your crisis”. It indicates the critical intersection of a double
> > global crisis: the university crisis and the financial crisis. The rise of
> > a “debt generation” is one of the points at which this intersection is
> > clearly observable. But the movement is also an occasion to formulate a
> > deeper, more complex analysis of this double crisis, in order to allow a
> > debate between different perspectives to topics such as the rise of a
> > global university and its various forms of translation, the conflicts in
> > the process of knowledge production, the role of networks in the education
> > and financial markets.
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