Infrastructural Solidarity


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Today, the geopolitics of labor mobility and energy transition are increasingly intertwined. It is a political priority for workers to understand how these connections operate in order to build infrastructural solidarity along them and reinvent internationalism. This requires a politics of translation between subjectivities, spaces, and scales, argues political theorist Brett Neilson in his “Allied Grounds” video talk.

This video talk is based on the following article: Electrification and Infrastructural Solidarity: Why Climate Struggle Requires the Reinvention of Internationalism

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