As reported on in The Ithacan:
Naeem Inayatullah has just published Savage Economics: Wealth, Poverty and the Temporal Walls of Capitalism (Routledge, January 2010). Situated in the overlap between economic anthropology, history of economic thought, and international relations theory, this book opens the way for different understanding of wealth and poverty under capitalism.
On Tuesday of finals week (Dec 15), the Dept of Politics will be holding a pizza and coffee study break for Politics majors, minors, and friends of the Politics Department.
The study break starts at 12:30 pm and is being held on the 3rd floor of Muller Faculty Center.
See you there!
Sue-Je Gage (Anthropology) and Naeem Inayatullah (Politics) were speakers at a panel titled, “Afghanistan: What should we do next?” The event was sponsored by Pax Christi and Peaceful Gatherings, Corning, NY, Thursday November 12, 2009.
Zillah Eisenstein, professor of politics, will see her newest book The Audacity of Races and Genders, A personal and global story of the Obama Election, launched in the U.S. by Palgrave, December 1st. Zed press published the book in London and internationally on November 12, 2009; and Spinifex began its distribution in Australia at this same...