Enda Brophy

teaches in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University. He is the author of Language Put to Work: The Making of the Global Call Centre Workforce, which won book of the year awards from the Canadian Association of Labour Studies and the Canadian Communication Association in 2018. He has translated numerous works by Italian scholars, including Gigi Roggero, Giovanna Maria Dalla Costa, and Franco Berardi (Bifo).

“Autonomy Among Us”: An Interview with Quebec Student Strike Organizers

“Autonomy Among Us”: An Interview with Quebec Student Strike Organizers

A lot of people involved in the different CUTE committees were involved in the 2012 student strike and from that experience we drew some critiques that led to new forms of organizing in the student movement. One of them was the critique of centralization that led to creating autonomous committees, which are the CUTE. One of the principles that led to this movement is that of political autonomy, to try to achieve this as much as we can.