After Capital by Couze Venn – book discussion, Goldsmiths, 25 March 2019, 6pm – CANCELLED

I’ve just been told the event has been cancelled.

Progressive Geographies

90453_9781526450135After Capital by Couze Venn – book discussion, Goldsmiths, 25 March 2019, 6pm

Update 12 March 2019: I’ve just been told the event has been cancelled due to ill-health.

Panel discussion on this ground-break new work and its political implications with presentations form Jeremy Gilbert, Shela Sheikh and Paul Gilroy; and quick responses from Mike Featherstone, Will Davis, Lisa Blackman and Tiziana Terranova (on video).

6 to 7.30 pm, Monday 25th March with drinks reception afterwards LG01, Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths

The present crisis of capitalism has a history. A history of the private accumulation of wealth through property regimes that allows increasing commodification and the privatisation of resources: from land to knowledge and even to life itself. Understanding that history may allow us to imagine alternatives after Capital that are no longer private but common. After Capital explores this history, showing how the economy is linked to environmental…

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1 Response to After Capital by Couze Venn – book discussion, Goldsmiths, 25 March 2019, 6pm – CANCELLED

  1. dmf says:

    “The Politics of the Psyche”
    In this talk, Camille Robcis traces the history of institutional psychotherapy, a psychiatric reform movement born in France after World War II that had an important influence on many doctors and intellectuals, including Félix Guattari, Frantz Fanon, Georges Canguilhem, and Michel Foucault.

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