New School Economics presents:
Mobilising New Economic Futures
9am-8pm, 7th July
Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre, Goldsmiths
On July 7th 2018, we are hosting a day conference which will bring together a range of thinkers from a variety of disciplines to discuss how we can collaboratively Mobilise New Economic Futures. Alongside cultural, sociological and anthropological perspectives, we hope a broader narrative will emerge that embeds the structural drivers of the economy on a more critical ground.
New School Economics (NSE) is a student society at Goldsmiths, University of London associated with PERC and Rethinking Economics. Over the past year we have built a platform to critique the current system, by hosting a number of events and engaging with a community of multi-disciplinary (re)thinkers.
We think the study of ‘the economy’ cannot be detached from the study of politics, ideas, and history. Therefore, any attempt to Mobilise New Economic Futures, requires rethinking the ‘economy’ from multiple perspectives. Our previous event, Mental Health and Neoliberalism, attempted to draw connections between economic stagnation, austerity policies since the financial crash, and the mental health crisis that has become increasingly prevelant.
Further panel details will be available in the coming weeks.
Speakers (With More TBA):
- Ann Pettifor (Author of ‘Just Money’)
- Guy Standing (Author of ‘The Precariat’, SOAS)
- Samiah Anderson (Goldsmiths graduate, Grenfell Movement)
- Faiza Shaheen (Director of CLASS Think Tank)
- Phoebe Moore (‘The Quantified Self’, Leicester University)
- Jason Hickel (Author of ‘The Divide’, Goldsmiths)
- Ramon Amaro (Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths)
- Nonhlanhla Makuyana (Positive Money)
- Jeremy Gilbert (Cultural and Political Theory, University of East London)
- Jay Watts (Psychotherapist, Psychologist, Writer)
- Brett Scott (‘The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance’)
- Francesca Sobande (Digital Culture, Edge Hill University)
- Natalie Fenton (Political Communication, Goldsmiths)
- Alan Finlayson (Political Science & Theory, East Anglia)
- David Bailey (Political Economy, Aston University)
- Josh Cohen (Modern Literary Theory, Goldsmiths)
- William Davies (Political Economy Research Centre, Goldsmiths)
- Mijke Van Der Drift (Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths)
- Oana Parvan (Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths)
- Ruth Cain (Family and Mental Health Law, University of Kent)
- Johnna Montgomerie (Political Economy Research Centre, Goldsmiths)
- Swarzy Macaly (Grenfell Movement)
- Lydia Hughes (Notes From Below, IWGB Union)