Video covers 50 years of student activism at the UAB
The UAB organised an event which spoke of the past, present and future of student activism. The event was held on 14 May at the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology. A video of 50 years of student activism was presented and discussed by some of its protagonists.
On 14 May the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology presented 50 anys del moviment estudiantil a la UAB, half a century of student activism in celebration of the UAB's 50th anniversary.
The event was structured into three parts. The first, entitled "Where do we come from?", included speeches by the main characters of the video: Núria Alcaraz, researcher from the Department of Sociology; Joan Manuel Tresserras, lecturer from the Department of Media, Communication and Culture; Xavier Domènech, lecturer from the Department of Modern and Early Modern History; José Luis Lalueza, lecturer from the Department of Basic, Developmental and Educational Psychology; and Berta Satoca, representative of students at the UAB Social Council. Later the film was projected, and then followed by the "Where are we going?" section, in which a debate was opened to talk about the future of student activism.
The Audacity of Knowledge: 50 years UAB