Winter/Spring 2017 presentations and publications

Some new publications this Winter

Some upcoming/recent engagements

  • March 24-26 (London ON) – workshops with the Undercommoning collective and the University of the Phoenix at the Organizing Equality conference at University of Western Ontario
  • April 5 (New York) – “Between financialization and settler-colonialism: Unpayable debts, ontological bankruptcy and radical financial literacy” lecture at the New School, 6pm – room 529 at 80 5th Avenue.
  • April 5-6  (Long Island) – presentation on “Marx’s (theory of) revenge” at the conference Karl Marx’s Critique of Political Economy and the Global Crisis Today at Hofstra University.
  • April 11-29 (Bay Area) – stay tuned
  • May 5-6 (Minneapolis) – participation in a workshop on techniques of countermeasure against debt at the University of Minnesota (details TBA)
  • May 25-27 (Toronto) – Participating in the Augmenting the Left workshop
  • May 30-June 2 (Toronto)Is the settler a financialized subject (and/or vice versa)?” and “A Think-Tank for the Radical Imagination?” at the Society for Socialist Studies annual meeting at Ryerson University.

Presently, I’m working on three major projects

  • Establishing, at Lakehead University, the The ReImagining Value Action Lab (RiVAL), as part of my duties as Canada Research Chair in Culture, Media and Social Justice. RiVAL will be a collaborative space for social inquiry, a multimedia and social media lab, and a platform for radical ideas. Expect announcements in the Summer of 2017.
  • Drafting my next book, tentatively titled “Art after Money, Money after Art: Radical Creative Strategies Against Financialization.”
  • Researching my next major project, tentatively titled “Revenge: The Cultural Illogic of Belated Capitalism