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PhD Summer School: Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities
This six day intensive will provide early stage PhD students with a demanding immersion in social theory debates. For more advanced doctoral scholars and early career researchers early career researchers it offers the opportunity to clarify and refine their research contribution. Sessions will combine lectures, small group discussions, fishbowl discussions, walking seminars and collaborative exercises.
The first three days of the summer school will explore the conceptual foundations of feminist post-capitalist thinking. The second three days will focus on how to imagine and enact post-capitalist possibilities through research practice. Prior reading preparation will be required. In addition to key works by J.K. Gibson-Graham and CEC scholars on the Diverse Economy and Community Economies, readings and lectures will engage with other contemporary approaches that are working at the frontiers of socio-political thought including: material semiotics, post-development, ecological humanities, resilience theory, psychoanalytic theory, assemblage politics and commoning.
Organizer: Western Sydney University
Submitted by: Genus
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18.01.2018 - 24.01.2018
Sydney, Australia