Alt Right, a lecture by Florian Cramer

At the end of last year, when Trump got elected, Florian Cramer delivered a lecture on the Alt Right movement. It was organized by the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. You can find the video online.

Radio On took the audio, edited the levels, and is broadcasting it on various hours all through the week.

Here’s the text from their Blurb

“In only two years, the “alt-right” rose from an Internet subculture to the force that lead Donald Trump’s campaign team and which now includes his presidential chief strategist. Its origins lie in popular visual culture, including image memes and a backlash against feminist computer game critique. Through irony and ambiguity, alt-right visuals and slang leave the movement’s relation to fascism and antisemitism deliberately open.”

“This lecture will delve deep into alt-right subculture, languages and networks, its relation to such Internet cultural phenomena as the Anonymous movement and its indebtedness to European political and cultural theorists.”

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