Sociological Imagination & Financial Utopias

‘Reclaiming Utopia: Challenging the Financial Imagination’ 

What types of imagination drive today’s dystopian political & economic programmes? Why do counter-utopias lag behind (neo-)liberal and financial utopias?

Come to the Council Room, King’s College London at 5pm on the 25th November, and hear provocative reflections from artists and theorists discussing the political imagination of Financial Capitalism, Donald Trump, and their (neo-)liberal intersections.

Panel participants:

Chiara Bottici, Associate Professor of Philosophy, The New School, New York

Max Haiven, Assistant Professor, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Canada

Cassie Thornton, Artist, The Feminist Economics Department

Johnna Montgomerie, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Goldsmiths, University of London

Followed by a Wine Reception. All welcome – register for free at: https://reclaiming_utopia.eventbrite.co.uk

You can find a fuller description of the talks and a programme here:

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