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Notes on project AJI (part 3)

This is the third and final part of a post about AJI, a self-commissioned research project about public protests. Read the first and second post or continue reading below. The most important idea is that a protest is a performance of civic resistance and solidarity and as such it has a broad swath of spectators […]

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Notes on project AJI (part 2)

This is the second part of a post about AJI, a self-commissioned research project about public protests. Read the first post or continue reading below. Looking back on the talks we gave in the past few years, they’re obviously (and naturally) precedents for what we’re doing with AJI now. I’m really happy we’re returning to […]

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‘The Strange Things People Play’ at the Hide&Seek Weekender Conference

Here’s the blog post version of what I talked about at Playing in Public, the Hide&Seek Weekender Conference. It’s titled The Strange Things People Play, which was an oblique reference to this passage from The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: “I know that astrology isn’t a science,” said Gail. “Of course it isn’t. It’s just […]

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