Evening lecture Monday 17.March at 1900 'Specters of '68: Protest, Policing, and Public Space' by Hans Sagan

It is an exploration of the mobilization of the fabric of urban space itself as a means to quash political protest. Going beyond 'target hardening' or 'Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design', this lecture explores the intersection of politics and space from a materialist, humanist engagement with principles of direct democracy in an age of neoliberalism. This lecture is very suitable for the 3rd class and the master and diploma students