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The podcast and audio archive ot the ReImagining Value Action Lab (rival.lakeheadu.ca)

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(6) Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire: Cathy Berin, Gargi Bhattacharyya, and Johnna Montgomerie

5/10/2019
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"Future directions: Write-offs, write-downs and reparations" with Cathy Berin, Gargi Bhattacharyya, and Johnna Montgomerie. On April 5-6, 2019 RiVAL was among the hosts of a two-day symposium at the University of Sussex on the topic of "Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire" which brought together artists, activists and academics. For more information, visit: http://rival.lakeheadu.ca/ghostsofempire/ In this recording you'll hear presentations from: Cathy Bergin is Senior Lecturer in...

Duration:01:43:31

(5) Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire: Research For Action and Femke Herregraven

5/10/2019
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"Making Visible Finance and the Afterlives of Empire" panel, with Research For Action and Femke Herregraven On April 5-6, 2019 RiVAL was among the hosts of a two-day symposium at the University of Sussex on the topic of "Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire" which brought together artists, activists and academics. For more information, visit: http://rival.lakeheadu.ca/ghostsofempire/ Research for Action is is a London-based workers’ co-operative producing research to support social,...

Duration:01:50:25

(4) Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire: Nadine King Chambers, Catherine Cumming, and John Handel

5/10/2019
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“From the Shadow of a Mine to the Shadow of a Smelter - Entanglements of Extraction from Jamaica to British Columbia” and “How finance colonised Aotearoa: A concise counter-history” and “The financialization of American slavery and the mundane political economy of sovereign debt” On April 5-6, 2019 RiVAL was among the hosts of a two-day symposium at the University of Sussex on the topic of "Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire" which brought together artists, activists and academics....

Duration:01:50:24

(3) Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire: Franziska Müller, Rebecca Bramall, and Nick Bernards

5/10/2019
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On April 5-6, 2019 RiVAL was among the hosts of a two-day symposium at the University of Sussex on the topic of "Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire" which brought together artists, activists and academics. For more information, visit: http://rival.lakeheadu.ca/ghostsofempire/ In this recording you'll hear from the following: Nick Bernards (University of Warwick) “Colonial legacies and the limits of financialization in sub-Saharan Africa” Promoting access to financial services for the...

Duration:01:38:32

(2) Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire: Traces of Nitrate and Museum of British Colonialism

5/10/2019
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"Tracing Imperial Legacies: Interventions" with the Traces of Nitrate project and the Museum of British Colonialism. On April 5-6, 2019 RiVAL was among the hosts of a two-day symposium at the University of Sussex on the topic of "Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire" which brought together artists, activists and academics. For more information, visit: http://rival.lakeheadu.ca/ghostsofempire/ This second panel brought together two important projects that aim to trace the material,...

Duration:01:24:38

(1) Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire: K-Sue Park and Jerome Roos in conversation

5/10/2019
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On April 5-6, 2019 RiVAL was among the hosts of a two-day symposium at the University of Sussex on the topic of "Finance Capital and the Ghosts of Empire" which brought together artists, activists and academics. For more information, visit: http://rival.lakeheadu.ca/ghostsofempire/ This inaugural panel begins with a dialogue between K-Sue Park and Jerome Roos on the topic of "Race, colonialism and debt, past and present" K-Sue Park is the Critical Race Studies Fellow at UCLA School of Law...

Duration:01:31:16

Our Opium Wars: The Ghosts of Empire in the Prescription Opioid Nightmare (Max Haiven)

2/1/2019
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Third Text has just published RiVAL co-director Max Haiven's short essay "Our Opium Wars: The Ghosts of Empire in the Prescription Opioid Nightmare." Here it is in audio format. The prescription opioid crisis in the United States is among the worst human-caused public health disasters in modern history, with over 500,000 dead and by some estimates almost 5% of the American population ‘misusing’ these drugs. This article supplies some unusual resources for understanding that crisis and the...

Duration:00:21:35

Marx's Vindication or Marx's Revenge? (Max Haiven)

1/31/2019
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This talk, "Marx's Vindication or Marx's Revenge?" by RiVAL co-director Max Haiven, was recorded in March of 2018 at the "200 anos de Marx" conference in Lisbon, hosted by Bloco Esquarda (Left Block). Slides here.

Duration:00:48:49

Art After Money, Money After Art: Creative Strategies Against Financialization (Max Haven)

1/31/2019
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This is an audio presentation of the introduction to RiVAL co-director Max Haiven's 2018 book Art After Money, Money After Art: Creative Strategies Against Financialization published by Pluto Press.

Duration:01:06:19

Connecting Queer and Indigenous Struggles (Gary Kinsman)

1/29/2019
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On January 23, 2019, Dr. Gary Kinsman presented a talk titled "Connecting Queer and Indigenous Struggles: The Canadian War on Queers, Police Repression, the Charter and Settler Homonationalism" - Click here for Powerpoint slides.

Duration:00:52:48

The colonial secrets of Canada’s most racist city (Max Haiven)

1/28/2019
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This essay, originally published in ROAR Magazine, unpacks the deeper roots of the crisis of racist violence in the Canadian city of Thunder Bay in capitalism and colonialism.

Duration:00:48:47