Tabitha Spence

Tabitha Spence is a Doctoral Candidate in Anthropology at the American University (DC) where she works on the intersection of imperialism, militarism and climate change. 

She is particularly focusing on the political, environmental and ideological impact of United States military bases across the world. Tabitha has worked extensively with social movements in Pakistan, Britain and the US.

Tabitha is a speaker at the conference session Capitalism kills: The case for ecosocialism 5pm AWST (Boorloo/Perth time), Saturday 29 June at the Boorloo Activist Centre in Boorloo/Perth.

  • For online attendees in Adelaide and Darwin the session will start at 6:30pm ACST, Saturday 29 June.

  • For online attendees in Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney the session will start at 7pm AEST, Saturday 29 June.

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