[Again] seeks to foster an independent intellectual community in London, by opening a space for dialogue, learning and the collective exploration of ideas.
This participatory workshop will experiment with a collective mode of learning that begins from sharing our own personal experiences of a particular political or economic issue in order to pose critical theoretical questions about that issue. Here participants will be asked to reflect upon their own relation to working and not working: how it makes us feel, how we would prefer it to be etc. We will then shape these personal reflections into theoretical questions around work and anti-work and critically examine these together. The workshop requires no prior reading, however it will require a willingness to share personal feelings and experiences of work and/or unemployment.