2012 Schedule

Below was the schedule for the 2012 Bookfair. Click here to see 2011's schedule.


Friday, Nov. 9, 2012


School of the Museum of Fine Arts (The Atrium) 230 The Fenway, Boston MA 02115

Friday, November 9, 2012 · 7:30pm - 12:00pm
The space is for all ages and is alcohol and drug free.
Admission is FREE but capitalism isn't smashed just yet.
Donations are encouraged. All donations will go towards the bookfair, transportation costs for speakers/performers, etc.
This year's performers!
Spider Cider (acoustic jazz/ hip hop) http://spidercidermusic.com/
Evan Greer (riot folk) http://www.myspace.com/evangreer
Not4Prophet and Adan X of the X-Vandals (hip hop) http://www.agitrap.com/
Jake & the Infernal Machine (folk punk) http://www.myspace.com/jakeandtheinfernalmachine
Far More Than 40! (Rage Against the Machine cover band) http://boston.indymedia.org/feature/display/213874
PigStomp (Blac Bloc Crust Punk from Western Mass) http://www.reverbnation.com/offthepigs
Patrick O'Meara (folk songs)
Susanna Smash (rad acoustic tunes) http://susannakavee.bandcamp.com/

Workshop Schedule


Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012

Bookfair all day:
  11:00-12:15  Tips and Tricks for Unlocking Things (Oona Klemser) C318
                       No Gods, No Masters: The Anarchist Critique of Religion (Christopher Helali) E305
                       The Flawed Vision of Hahnel and Albert: A Critique of "Parecon" for Anarchists (James Herod) E303
                       Art and Revolt in Mexico (Sublevarte Collectivo) E207
  12:15-1:15  LUNCH
  1:15-2:30  Direct Action Training Part 1 (Chris and Peter) C318
                  CULTURE CLASH:  COLONIALISM, CORPORATISM AND CREATIVITY: (Not4Prophet and Adan X of XVandals) E305
                   Montreal: From Student Strike to Unlimited General Strike (Meena) E207
                   Veganism: Let's Talk About It (Rachel A) E303

 2:30-2:45  BREAK

                 Nine Tenths of the Law: Property and Resistance in the United States (Hannah Dobbz) E303

                 Direct Action Training Part 2 (Chris and Peter) C318

                 The Anarchist Origins--And Future?--of Social Security (Eric Laursen) E305

                 Do You Know BRIC? BRIC Might Know You: How Boston Polices Political Dissent (Urszula of Boston NLG) E207

4:00-6:00: Panel - Ray Luc Levasseur, Kazi Toure and Ashanti Alston Present The Jericho Movement: Freeing Imprisoned Heartbeats C101

Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012

  11:00-12:15  Safer Spaces (Julia and Michelle) E303
                        Isolating Resistance: Communication Management Units and the Case of Tarek Mehanna (Tamer/Kate/Laila) C318
                        Activism in the Archives (A bunch of Simmons Folks) E207
                        Nine Years of Anarchist Agitation: The History of the Boston Anti-Authoritarian Movement (2001-2010) and Other Essays (Jake Carman) E305
  12:15-1:15  LUNCH
  1:15-2:30  Community Accountability and Transformative Justice (Elizabeth and Michelle) E207
                   Victor Jara's Songs of Liberation Will Not Die! (Sergio Reyes) E303
                   Counter Culture/Counter Power: The role of culture in revolutionary movements (Common Struggle) C101
                   Computer Security (Mystery Computer Expert) E305
  2:30-2:45  BREAK
  2:45-4:00 Queer Workshop (Jason Lydon and others) E207
                   Tactical Terrain Research (Tom Nomad) E303
                   Popular and Community Resistance in Palestine (Iyad Burnat) C318
                   IWW Meeting  http://iwwboston.org/
4:00-6:00  Eco-Defense  Panel with members of Maine Earth First!, the Earth First! Journal and RAMPS