Videos of the talks from the event on ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’

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There are now a series of videos available of the talks from the recent event on ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’. The event was organised by my colleagues Nick Gane and Clair Westall. It was an excellent event with some great speakers (although I missed most of the second day due to a university open day). I posted some reflections on the event here. The talks are now available on the event’s dedicated YouTube channel. It was a really lively and cutting edge event. The talks are well worth listening to. Here is a list of the talks that are available so far:

Will Davies ‘The revenge of the social

John Holmwood ‘Knowledge regimes, public higher education and the future of the social sciences’

Jamie Peck ‘Explaining (with) Neoliberalism

Jodi Dean ‘Complexity as capture: Neoliberalism and communicative capitalism

Nick Couldry ‘Voiceblind: Some paradoxes of the neoliberal state

Clare Birchall ‘Data goes pop: on transparency as neoliberal tool

Werner Bonefeld ‘From Adam Smith to Ordoliberalism: On the political form of market liberty

Stephen Shapiro ‘Neoliberalism’s absent cultural fix

Marc Levine ‘The false promise of the entrepreneurial university

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2 Responses to Videos of the talks from the event on ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’

  1. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    Videos of the lectures at the recent conference at University of York on ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’ – including Jamie Peck, Steven Shapiro, Jodi Dean.

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