Lauren Hudson

Lauren Hudson is currently a doctoral candidate in Earth and Environmental Sciences at the CUNY Graduate Center where she writes about anti-capitalist organizing among women in NYC.  Her research interests concern how economic subjectivities are created between and among those who perform labor based on solidarity, how their narratives of their work cohere and diverge from dominant discourses, and how such discourses create a sense of ‘movement space’. A native Californian, Lauren now lives in Brooklyn where she tweets about capitalism and bad TV at @blactivist. (She also hates headshots and loves Beyonce)


Olios with this teacher

Upcoming:


Sep 23

New York, The Neoliberal City

Taught by Lauren Hudson
7:30 p.m. at The Old Stone House

Sign Up - $15

Past:


Aug 17

OlioHouse Weekend | Scenius (Un)Skillshare

Taught by Lauren Hudson
2 p.m. at OlioHouse | Wassaic, NY

Sign Up - $50

Jun 2

May 25

OlioHouse | The Production of Nature

Taught by Lauren Hudson
noon at OlioHouse | Wassaic, NY

Sign Up - $150

Mar 27

Urban Development: From Reconstruction to Gentrification

Taught by Lauren Hudson
7:30 p.m. at Berg'n

Sign Up - $15

Feb 13

Time is Political: Understanding Modern Labor

Taught by Lauren Hudson
7:30 p.m. at Berg'n

Sign Up - $20

Dec 7

What Does a Feminist City Look Like?

Taught by Lauren Hudson
7:30 p.m. at Blender Workspace

Sign Up - $20

Aug 31

Selective Histories: Memory, Aesthetics, & Urban Art

Taught by Lauren Hudson
7 p.m. at Strand Bookstore

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Jun 26

There's No Such Thing as a Natural Disaster

Taught by Lauren Hudson
7:30 p.m. at Nowadays

Sign Up - $15


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