Jonathon Porritt and Shaun Chamberlin explore the topic of whether Brexit could lead to the Rediscovery of Culture Grounded in Place, in celebration of the launch of the late Trinity alumnus David Fleming’s extraordinary book, 'Surviving the Future: Culture, Carnival and Capital in the Aftermath of the Market Economy'.
Various themes in Fleming's work - from carnival to climate change, religion to resilience, manners to markets - may be explored, in response to the interests of the attendees.
Free admission. More details on the event: http://www.darkoptimism.org/OxfordFlemingPoster.pdf or on the Facebook event page
Interview with Shaun Chamberlin on David Fleming, Brexit and the book: http://www.darkoptimism.org/2016/08/21/interview-on-david-fleming-music-and-hippos/
More information on David Fleming's book: http://www.chelseagreen.com/surviving-the-future
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