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Our network regularly comes together in workshops to discuss topics within the field of Economic Criticism. We usually inivte experts to join us during these meetings. Supplementing the workshops are the Market Talks where guest speakers from various disciplines present their takes on Economic Criticism. Market Talks are open to members of the interested public. If you wish to attend, write us at info@economic-criticism.de

Upcoming

September 2022 (M√ľnster)

Workshop: Postcolonial Studies & Economic Criticism
Guest: Prof. Dr. Eiman O. Zein-Elabdin, Franklin & Marshall College

November/December 2022
(precise date and title t.b.a.)

Market Talk with Dr. Sarah Brouillette, Carleton University

Market Talks

Narratology and Economic Science. Resituating the Economic Model (January 2022)

Prof. Dr. Lindsay Holmgren, McGill University; President of the International Society of the Study of Narrative

Heterodox Economics and Economic Criticism (July 2021)

Prof. Dr. Jakob Kapeller, University of Duisburg-Essen;
Main editor of the Heterodox Economics Newsletter

Workshops

Cultural Studies & Economic Criticism (February 2022)

Guests:
Prof. Dr. Lawrence Grossberg, University of North Carolina
Prof. Dr. Helen Hester, University of West London
Dr. Nick Srnicek, King’s College London

The Place of History in Economic Criticism (September 2021)

Guests:
Prof. Dr. Gareth Austin, University of Cambridge
Prof. Dr. David Hawkes, Arizona State University

Economic Criticism: Mapping the Field (May 2021)

Guests:
Dr. Victoria Bateman, University of Cambridge
Dr. Paul Crosthwaite, University of Edinburgh

Other Activities

July 2022

Digital Student Conference: Case Studies in Economic Criticism (TU Dortmund / University of Innsbruck)

May 2022

Graduate and Postgraduate Workshop on Economic Criticism for the German Association for the Study of British Cultures (BritCult)

November 2021

Economic Criticism Panel at the BritCult 2021 Conference:
The Super-Rich Through the Lens of Economic Criticism