Hello! On the weekend of the 22nd November the ARN will be retreating to the New Forest to discuss the below texts. It would be great to hear anyone's thoughts on these and on any additional texts we could address.
Gibson-Graham, J.K. and Roelvink, G. (2010) An economic ethics for the anthropocene. Antipode, 41(1), 320-346.
• Callon, M. 'An essay on the growing contribution of economic markets to the proliferation of the social'. Theory, Culture and
Society 24(7-8), 2007, pp. 139-163.
• Lee, R. (2006) The ordinary economy: Tangled up in values and geography.Trans. Inst. Br. Geog. 31(4), 413-432.
And from Cultural Economy special edition on financial subjects: culture & materiality:
• Editorial: Pangley, P. & Leyshon, A. (2012) Financial subjects: Culture and materiality. Cultural Economy, 5(4), 369-373.
• Deville, J. (2012) Regenerating market attachments. Cultural Economy, 5(4), 423-439.
• French, S. & Neale, J. (2012) Speculating on careless lives. Cultural Economy, 5(4), 391-406.
With further Possible Readings:
• Polillo, S. (2011) Money, Moral Authority, and the Politics of Creditworthiness. American Sociological Review 76(3): 437-464.
• Gibson-Graham, J.K. A Postcapitalist Politics. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006. Intro (A politics of economic
possibility); ch 1 (affects and emotions for a post-capitalist politics) and ch 2 (reluctant subjects: subjection and becoming).
• Harvey, D. (2012) Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution. London: Verso. Ch 3 (the creation of the urban
commons); ch 4 (the art of rent)' ch 6 (London 2011: Feral capitalism hits the streets).