Monthly Archives: November 2011
- By Will Kane and Demian Bulwa, San Francisco Chronicle
- 11 November 11
- by Rachel Signer | November 22, 2011, 3:35 pm
- police-captain-ray-lewis-joins-in-ows-think-tank and gets arrested
I will add more resources here shortly but to kick things off:
Two articles from police discussing the recent incident at UCD:
NY Times article on pepper spray use including former FBI officer that developed pepper spray into policing weapon in the 1980s – and his disagreement with how it is used in practice today.
Article in Atlantic Monthly from a former University police officer reflecting on some of the ways in which police respond and why.
Two blogs that focus on policing and crime:
Anthropolitea is a blog spot that considers policing and security issues from an anthropological perspective; contributors are all from the field of the anthropology of police. It is not always up-to-date as contributors are all quite busy but should have some new things up there soon and if you would like to get involved with this project please contact Michelle.
Governing Through Crime is a blog from Jonathan Simon at UC Berkeley. It is updated frequently and a great resource. Looks like the most recent post focuses on UCB and UCD protests.
At Joe’s suggestion, this blog is a space for us to share and comment on information – and develop content for Monday’s Teach-in and beyond.
This is the poster announcement Francis on our email thread…
This announces Nathan Brown’s ‘Three Day Strike Workshop.’
This three part workshop will provide a basic introduction to the thought of Marx, Fanon, and Foucault, through their approach to theorizing power and resistance. [email firstname.lastname@example.org for optional readings or further information]
QUAD VILLAGE | MON, TUES, WED
1:00 – 3:00 PM
[if there is an occupation elsewhere on campus, this workshop will join it]
Monday : Marx
Tuesday : Fanon
Wednesday : Foucault
- A short history from paramilitary to hypermilitary policing
- Norm Stamper on Paramilitary Policing From Seattle to Occupy Wall Street
- Another account, Robocops vs OWS