Online Talk: Re-drawing the Economy: Re-claiming Interdependence
Rupert invites all to a lunch-time talk by internationally renowned economic geographer, Katherine Gibson as part of Rupert’s 2020 public programmes on care and interdependence. The talk will be streamed online on the Rupert Facebook page, 25th of June at 13 00 (EEST).
This talk will outline how art has helped to ‘take back the economy’ all over the world. Gibson will draw on projects where communities are building ethical economies that foreground and honour interdependence.
The talk will be live streamed on the Rupert’s Facebook page. It will last about 45-60 minutes with 20 minutes to address questions raised during the talk.
Katherine Gibson is a Professorial Research Fellow in the Institute for Culture and Society at the Western Sydney University. She is an economic geographer with an international reputation for innovative research on economic transformation and over 30 years’ experience of working with communities to build resilient economies. As J.K. Gibson-Graham, the collective authorial presence she shares with the late Julie Graham (Professor of Geography, University of Massachusetts Amherst), her books include The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy (Blackwell 1996) and A Postcapitalist Politics (University of Minnesota Press, 2006). Her most recent books are Take Back the Economy: An Ethical Guide for Transforming Our Communities, co-authored with Jenny Cameron and Stephen Healy (University of Minnesota Press, 2013), Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies, co-edited with Gerda Roelvink and Kevin St Martin (University of Minnesota Press, 2015), Manifesto For Living in the Anthropocene, co-edited with Deborah Bird Rose and Ruth Fincher (Punctum Press, 2015) and The Handbook of Diverse Economies (Edward Elgar, 2020) co-edited with Kelly Dombroski.
Rupert’s programmes are supported by the Lithuanian Culture Council