Beyond neoliberalism : social analysis after 1989 / Marian Burchardt, Gal Kirn, editors.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
  • ©2017
Description
vii, 279 pages ; 22 cm.

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Series
Approaches to social inequality and difference [More in this series]
Summary note
This book explores how changes that occurred around 1989 shaped the study of the social sciences, and scrutinizes the impact of the paradigm of neoliberalism in different disciplinary fields. The contributors examine the ways in which capitalism has transmuted into a seemingly unquestionable, triumphant framework that globally articulates economics with epistemology and social ontology. The volume also investigates how new narratives of capitalism are being developed by social scientists in order to better understand capitalism's ramifications in various domains of knowledge. At its heart, Beyond Neoliberalism seeks to unpack and disaggregate neoliberalism, and to take readers beyond the analytical limitations that a traditional framework of neoliberalism entails. -- Provided by Publisher.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
De-theorizing in order to re-theorize emergent alignments: A rumination / Saskia Sassen -- A triple movement? Parsing the politics of crisis after Polanyi / Nancy Fraser -- A critique of transition studies on postsocialism, or how to rethink and reorient 1989? The case of (post)socialist (post)Yugoslavia / Gal Kirn -- A fractured globe: anthropology and narration after 1989 / Ajay Gandhi -- Postcolonial criticism after 1989: a conversation with Gal Kirn and Marian Burchardt / Dipesh Chakrabarty -- Cash and livelihood in soft currency economies: challenges for research / Jane I. Guyer -- Rationality, risk, uncertainty, and Islamic finance / Bridget Kustin -- Religion and secularism in neoliberal capitalism / Marian Burchardt -- The last men before the last: a Russian messianic revival in the twilight of history / Dominic Martin -- The end of ideology? Reconceptualizing citizenship and culture in a post-(political) place world / Bree T. Hocking -- Humanitarianism after the Cold War: the case of Haiti / Pierre Minn -- The uneasy relationship between "China" and "globalization" in post-Cold War scholarship / Julie Michelle Klinger -- New human rights theories for post-constitutional societies / Ingo Richter -- 1989/91 as a caesura in the study of history: a personal retrospective / Jürgen Kocka.
ISBN
  • 9783319455891 ((hardcover))
  • 3319455893 ((hardcover))
LCCN
2017930804
OCLC
954008336
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