India still has this caste system, even if shunned officially I’ve been told families still observe it, e.g. in the choice of partners for their children for (arranged) marriage etc. But i wonder where queers and transgender people fit into this? Typically in stratified societies those on the lowest rung tend to look for someone to look down to too and often find it in whoever is deviant (and the deviance is being accepted as “bad” by the higher echelons of the same society).
Hi! I’m from El Salvador and I’m interested in having access to the lectures given at this conference. Is there a link to a video that recorded the activities from both days, or anything else I could get access to?
Thank you so much for any help!
Looking forward to future events!
Thanks for keeping me posted and hope to attend meetings and most of all participate in BDS against apartheid.
I am a retired attorney in Florida. Born in India much before Mishra was born. I m fascinated by the book Mishra wrote: Ruins of the Empire. I am really impressed with the research and scholarship. I wish to have a personal contact with Mishra and enjoy exchanging some of my thoughts, if possible. I want to know his telephone number and email to communicate with him’
Will there be streaming for this event?
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RT @profdavidharvey: Feb 26 NYC: Dialogue on Chile After Pinochet: Jose Alwyn & David Harvey discuss. http://t.co/ExzsewHi2h
Amiga Ruth, so close and yet so far. We will not be in town for your talk but remember intensely our time together in Jerusalem. Hope there will be a next time. Very very fond regards, Felicia and Edmundo
Of course it is. MT@profdavidharvey: Feb 25: Is Imperialism a Relevant Category in the Age of Globalized Finance? http://t.co/03w9QNxagx
Hallo – ich war am Wochenende auf dem X- Art festival – dort lief der Film ” Von Bärten und anderen begehrlichkeiten” den ich mit gamcht habe. Ich habe da auch dein Video “the decadence of your starvation gesehen” und fands super toll. Ich wohn in Bremen und bin dort in einer queer- feministsichen Konzertgtuppe ( Betty Beatz) und wir mache eine FLTBI 8. März Party und wollen im Foyer verschiedenen Künstler_innen raum geben. Könnten wir eventuell das Video dort eventuell zeigen?
RT @Sohanci: Academics Writing Fiction: Ruth Behar and Paul Stoller in Conversation: http://t.co/RX4sWcjS2W
Academics Writing Fiction: Ruth Behar and Paul Stoller/@Sohanci in Conversation — Grad Center at CUNY on 5 February http://t.co/z8c7HhRLq0
Academics Writing Fiction: Ruth Behar and Paul Stoller in Conversation: http://t.co/RX4sWcjS2W
RT @profdavidharvey: Feb 25: Is Imperialism a Relevant Category in the Age of Globalized Finance? A discussion with Prabhat Patnaik http://…
Is Imperialism a Relevant Category in the Age of Globalized Finance? 2/25 Discussion- Prabhat Patnaik & David Harvey http://t.co/USWjx4g7OV
RT @petermickulas: Politics and the 2014 Sochi Olympics: Rutgers author @JulesBoykoff and Jane Buchanan in Conversation: http://t.co/wP29eJ…
Politics and the 2014 Sochi Olympics: Rutgers author @JulesBoykoff and Jane Buchanan in Conversation: http://t.co/wP29eJQSzJ
Capitslism is everywhere. You only have to spend a few days in Cuba to see how it emerges in every corner, almost as part of a human nature desire to trade and improve chances in life. It is naive to talk about precapitalist societies in most countries and hence the imperialist discourse based con World powers is outdated. A different thing are multinacional companies but thats more to do with globalization and neoliberalism
@sadbillionaire Ha! I’m going to see this next month: http://t.co/pETOQGd2UY
RT @driftinghouse: Imperialism, a Relevant Category in Age of Globalized Finance? A discussion with Prabhat Patnaik and David Harvey: http:…
Imperialism, a Relevant Category in Age of Globalized Finance? A discussion with Prabhat Patnaik and David Harvey: http://t.co/6s3GGoTmw8
Feb 25: Is Imperialism a Relevant Category in the Age of Globalized Finance? A discussion with Prabhat Patnaik http://t.co/vOo5tHXn2k“
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