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Interview with Srećko Horvat: ‘After the Apocalypse’

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Hosts: Maša Uzelac (French, NUIG) and Ashley Cahillane (English, NUIG) Video edited by: John Milan van der Bergh Srećko Horvat is Croatian philosopher, author, and political activist. He is a co-founder along with Yanis Varoufakis of the pan-European political movement for democracy DiEM25 and a council member of the Progressive International, a transnational movement that is connecting, supporting, and mobilising activists around the world. Srećko is the author of numerous books, including After the Apocalypse (2021), Poetry from the Future (2019), The Radicality of Love (2015) and What does Europe want? (co-authored with Slavoj Žižek, 2013). This interview session was part of the online workshop ‘Speculative Art and Spatial Justice: How can imaginative practices create fairer and

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Hosts: Maša Uzelac (French, NUIG) and Ashley Cahillane (English, NUIG)



Video edited by: John Milan van der Bergh



Srećko Horvat is Croatian philosopher, author, and political activist. He is a co-founder along with Yanis Varoufakis of the pan-European political movement for democracy DiEM25 and a council member of the Progressive International, a transnational movement that is connecting, supporting, and mobilising activists around the world. Srećko is the author of numerous books, including After the Apocalypse (2021), Poetry from the Future (2019), The Radicality of Love (2015) and What does Europe want? (co-authored with Slavoj Žižek, 2013).



This interview session was part of the online workshop ‘Speculative Art and Spatial Justice: How can imaginative practices create fairer and safer spaces?’, organised by Ashley Cahillane and Maša Uzelac, under the guidance of Dr Tina Karen-Pusse. The event was held from April 16-17, 2021 and hosted by the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures and the School of English and Creative Arts with support of the Moore Institute for Research in Humanities and Social Sciences.



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View all videos from the workshop at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGfPNVUgwov5vA3wV-PRKwW6Bi4TSz6S_
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An accidental economist Let me begin with a confession: I am a Professor of Economics who has never really trained as an economist. But let’s take things one at a time.

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