Workshop I ‘Deconstructing Credit and Money in Neoliberalism: Power, Culture, and History’

Chaired by
Jane Guyer (Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University, USA) and
Susanne Soederberg (Global Development & Political Studies, Queen’s University, Canada)

 

  • Istvan Adorjan (Sociology, University of Chicago, USA)
    “The Fetish of Finance: Meta-Theoretical Reflections on Understandings of the 2008 Crisis”
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  • Clarissa Allen (Biomedical Ethics, McGill University, Montreal, Canada)
    “The Financialization of the Human Genome: Intellectual Property and Benefit-Sharing in Human Genetic Research”
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  • Keith Crawford (Law, University of Nottingham, UK)
    “The Price of a Record Voucher: Trade Creditor Moral Hazard and the Bursting of Bubbles in Corporate Insolvency”
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  • Elizabeth Hull (Anthropology, School of Oriental and African Studies, UK)
    “‘Snuk’s Work: Informal Means to Formal Ends in South Africa’s Rural Economy”
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  • Robin Klimecki (Business Studies, University of Cardiff, UK)
    “Financialization and Poststructuralist Political Economy: The Construction of the UK Mortgage Market”
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  • Basak Kus (Sociology, University College Dublin, Irland)
    “From Social Welfare to Consumer Welfare: Inequality, Credit and the State in Advanced Economies
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  • Bridget S. Kustin (Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA)
    “Islamic (Micro) Finance in Bangladesh: Contests and Negotiations for Economic Social Justice”
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  • Leigh La Berge (American Studies, University of Chicago, USA)
    “The 1980s Savings and Loan Crises and the Vernacular of American Neoliberalism”
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  • Johnna Montgomerie (International Relations, University of Manchester, UK)
    “In Debt to Get Ahead? How Young Adults Experience the Financialization of Everyday Life”
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  • Horacio Ortiz (Social Anthropology, L’Ècole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France)
    “Imaginaries of Financial Agency in Credit Derivatives”
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  • Oi-Ying Irene Pang (Sociology, Brown University, Providence, USA)
    ”Banking for the Others? The Expansion of Formal Microfinance and the Persistence of Informal Finance among Market Women in Ghana”
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  • Syed Aiman Raza (Social Anthropology, Lucknow University, India)
    “Financial Mechanisms of the Urban Poor: An Analysis of Money Management Through Beesi Networks Among the Zardozi Artisans in Lucknow, India”
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  • Adrienne Roberts (Political Scienece, Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada)
    “Gender and the Financialization of Social Reproduction Examples from the U.S. Subprime Mortgage Market”
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  • Leanne Roderick (Political Science, Queen's University at Kingston, Canada)
    “The Virtual Debt Trap: An Analysis of the Commodification of Financial Identity and Everyday Life in Neoliberalization”
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  • Caroline Schuster (Anthropology, University of Chicago, USA)
    “Clients, Committees, and the Unit of Credit: Gender Ideologies and Creditworthiness in Paraguayan Microfinance”
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  • Kim Turcot DiFruscia (Anthropology, UniversitĂ© de MontrĂ©al, Canada)
    “Human Capital: The Psychological Contract and the Strange Disappearance of Remuneration from Human Resources Management – An Essay in the Anthropology of Work”
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  • Hadas Weiss (Anthropology, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany)
    “Contemporary Possibilities of Social Significance: Anthropology of Credit, Value and Surplus [abridged]”
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  • Ariel Wilkis (Anthropology, University of San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    “Commercial Spaces, Moral Capital and Credit to Buenos Aires’ Urban Popular Classes”
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