Held on July 28th, 2007, at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago.
Presenting organizations include: Mess Hall, Platypus, Free Geek, Chicagoland/Calumet Underground Railroad Efforts, Bronzeville Historical Society, Chicago Women’s Health Center, The Odyssey Project, and more.
This event is part of the Stockyard Institute’s Pedagogical Factory exhibition at Hyde Park Art Center, AREA Chicago‘s lecture series for the upcoming “How We Learn” issue of their magazine, and Neighborhood Writing Alliance’s programs for the education issue of Journal of Ordinary Thought. This public forum was made possible in part by the Illinois Humanities Council.
A lecture by Platypus Affiliated Society member James Vaughn on the bourgeois revolutions, given on July 22nd, 2007. Part of the History of the Left lecture series held in the summer of 2007.
A lecture by Platypus Affiliated Society member Richard Rubin on the history of the Left during the period of 1779 to the 1830s, given on July 22nd, 2007. Part of the History of the Left lecture series held in the summer of 2007.