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The essays in Millennial Capitalism and the Culture of Neoliberalism pose a series of related questions: How are we to understand capitalism at the millennium? Is it a singular or polythetic creature? What are we to make of the culture of neoliberalism that appears to accompany it, taking on simultaneously local and translocal forms? To what extent does it make sense to describe the present juncture in world history as an "Age of Revolution," one not unlike 1789-1848 in its transformative potential? In exploring the material and cultural dimensions of the Age of Millennial Capitalism, the contributors interrogate the so-called "crisis of nation-state," how the triumph of the free market obscures rising tides of violence and cultures of exclusion, and the growth of new forms of identity politics. The collection also investigates the tendency of neoliberal capitalism to produce a world of increasing differences in wealth, environmental catastrophes, heightened flows of people and value across space and time, moral panics and social impossibilities, bitter generational antagonisms and gender conflicts, invisible class distinction, and "pariah" forms of economic activity. In the process, the volume opens up an empirically-grounded, conceptual discussion about the world-at-large at a particularly momentous historical time - a time when the social sciences and humanities are in danger of ceding intellectual initiative to the masters of the market and the media. In addition to its crossdisciplinary essays, Millennial Capitalism and the Culture of Neoliberalism - originally the third instalment of the journal Public Culture's "Millennial Quartet" - features several photographic essays. The book will interest anthropologists, political geographers, economists, sociologists, and political theorists.
|Utgitt||2001||Forfatter||John L. Comaroff|
Combined Academic Publishers
|Antall sider||336||Dimensjoner||15,4cm x 22,8cm x 2,4cm|
|Vekt||558 gram||Leverandør||Bertram Trading Ltd|
|Andre medvirkende||Jean Comaroff||Emner og form||Cultural studies, Anthropology|