Interview by Yavor Tarinski. You can find the interview in Greek here.
Kristin Ross gave an interview for Babylonia journal, analyzing the meanings and significances of May ’68. She will be speaker at this year’s B-Fest (25th-26th-27th of May in the Fine Arts School in Athens). Ross is a professor of comparative literature at New York University and author of many books like “May ’68 and Its Afterlives”, “The Emergence of Social Space: Rimbaud and the Paris Commune” and “Communal Luxury: The Political Imaginary of the Paris Commune”. Continue reading “Interview with Kristin Ross | May ’68: Beyond Artificial Commemorations and Remembrances”
Interview with Redneck Revolt by Yavor Tarinski and Kostas Savvopoulos for Babylonia Journal. You can find the interview in Greek here.
On this year’s B-Fest in Athens we have with us people from the RedneckRevolt movement from the U.S. (25th-26th-27th of May in the Fine Arts School in Athens). Redneck Revolt was founded in 2016 as an anti-racist, anti-fascist network of community defense formations. Continue reading “Interview with Redneck Revolt: Arms Possession & Social Anti-fascism in U.S.A.”
Συνεντευξη με τον Yavor Tarinski στην εκπομπή ΒΑΒΥΛΩΝΙΑ.
Ο Νίκος Ιωάννου συζητά με τον Γιάβορ Ταρίνσκι για ένα οικολογικό ζήτημα της γείτονος χώρας μέσα στην καθ’όλα Βαλκανική ατμόσφαιρα των ημερών. Continue reading “Μπάνσκο: Ο Αγώνας Ενάντια στην Τουριστική του Ανάπτυξη”
Yavor Tarinski, Yannis Ktenas, Alexandros Schismenos, Nikos Ioannou, Nikos Katsiaounis and Ioanna Maravelidi, from the editorial team of Babylonia, in conversation with Jacques Ranciere, during B-Fest 6, 2017.
Continue reading “A coffee with Jacques Rancière beneath the Acropolis”
Interview by Antonis Brumas and Yavor Tarinski
Some believe that the commons are incompatible with commodity markets. Others claim that markets and commons may form mutually beneficial relations with each other. What are your own views on this issue? Continue reading “The Future is a “Pluriverse”- An Interview with David Bollier on the Potential of the Commons”
Interview with Yavor Tarinski
Excerpts from an interview conducted by Irina Nedeva for the Bulgarian National Radio and aired on 03.02.2015.
Continue reading “Why Castoriadis is Still Important Today”
Interview with Yavor Tarinski
Excerpts from an interview given at the end of May 2016 for an activist group from Freiburg (Germany), aired on radio dreyeckland and freie-radios. Continue reading “On Anti-Authority, Cooperation and Utopia”
Interview with Yavor and Danea, made by AK Malaboca
What are your main concerns with the new Greek government as members of a collective rooted in anarchist and antifascist struggles?
Danea: For me, the first problem with SYRIZA, is their collaboration with ANEL, a right-wing party, to take power. This is not the first time in modern Greek history, our parents and grandparents have seen that, but from a left-radical perspective, this should be very alarming. But practical, there was no other party for SYRIZA to cooperate with on economic issues and this is what they were voted for. The only other leftist party in parliament is KKE – the communist party – supporting Stalin…for god sake, they really support Stalin. Continue reading “What’s next for the social movements in Greece”