|13 October 2010|
The Politics of Debt: Concepts and experiences of debt have become central to the management of contemporary capitalism, to understandings of its consequences and to social experience at every scale. National debt, personal debt, ecological debt are key issues for understanding contemporary culture and politics. But what exactly is debt? Can we manage without it? Are current levels of personal, national, corporate and ecological debt sustainable; and what are the origins of this most fundamental concept?
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Professor Maggie Humm of CCSR has been invited to give the opening talk: ‘The 1930s, Photography and Virginia Woolf’s Flush’ in The Photographers’ Gallery London new series: ‘Writing Photography’. The series is in collaboration with the Journal of Photography and Culture with journal authors speaking about their articles and research.
On 25 September, 2010 CCSR committee member Tim Lawrence will deliver a keynote, ‘Experimental, Pluralism, Minor Deviations and Radical Change’ at Coventry University’s Symposium on Experimental Music.