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- 1Binhammer, Katherine
- 1Diamanti, Jeffrey Mathew Gerald
- 1Gold, Brian R
- 1Gripping, Elizabeth Sarah
- 1Hay, Gordon Lindsay.
- 1Rein, Sandra.
Aesthetic Economies of Growth; Energy, Value, and the Work of Culture After Oil offers a cultural history of energy after the industrialization of fossil fuels. My argument is that the political economy of fossil fuels, and the climate change it generates, is anchored to energy’s aesthetic...
In her writing, Canadian poet Erín Moure combines challenging formal experimentation with keen social and political awareness; Moure, indeed, insists that words and ideas always affect social practices. Accordingly, Moure offers a poetics of protest that reveals and mourns oppression and...
This dissertation traces the evolution, survival and re-emergence of a Korean ‘self-reconstruction’ capitalism from the 1910s to the 1990s. Self-reconstruction capitalist thought and practice kept alive in the ‘margins’ the only tradition of classical economic liberalism in modern Korean history,...
“What drives your own desiring machines?” Early twenty-first century corporatism in Deleuze-Guattarian theory, corporate practice, contemporary literature, and locavore alternativesDownload
This dissertation identifies and investigates the characteristics of the early 21st-century social, economic, and political situation as intrinsically connected and grouped under the concept of corporatism. Starting from Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s schizoanalysis of capitalism, this...