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CRISIS

SPECIAL ISSUE OF THE JOURNAL OF CRITICAL GLOBALISATION STUDIES ON ‘CRISIS’

JCGS: http://www.criticalglobalisation.com/current.html

ISSUE 4 ‘CRISIS’ (2011)

The Idea of Crisis, Editorial by Amin Samman (pp. 4-9)

ARTICLES: CRISES OF ECONOMIC IDEOLOGY

International Political Economy and the Crises of the 1970s: The Real ‘Transatlantic Divide’, by Julian Germann (pp. 10-22)

Everyday Neoliberalism and the Subjectvity of Crisis: Post-Political Control in the Era of Financial Turmoil, by Nicholas Kiersey (pp. 23-44)

‘Grey in Grey’: Crisis, Critique, Change, by Benjamin Noys (pp. 45-60)

DIALOGUE: IDEOLOGIES OF ECONOMIC CRISIS

Value and Crisis: Bichler and Nitzan versus Marx, by Andrew Kliman (pp. 61-92)

Kliman on Systemic Fear: A Rejoinder, by Shimshon Bichler and Jonathan Nitzan (pp. 93-118)

Marx, Systemic Fear and Capitalists’ Convictions: A Reply to Bichler and Nitzan, by Andrew Kliman (pp. 119-126)

COMMENTARY

Egyptand the Failure of Realism, by Joe Hoover (pp. 127-137)

Political Semantics of the Arab Revolts/Uprisings/Riots/Insurrections/Revolutions, by Nathan Coombs (pp. 138-146)

REVIEWS

Pathologies of Capital: David Harvey’s ‘The Enigma of Capital’, by Matthew Morgan (pp. 147-150)

Analogies of Crisis: Harold James’ ‘The Creation and Destruction of Value’, by Liam Stanley (pp. 150-151)

Timing the Event: Antonio Calcagno’s ‘Badiou and Derrida: Politics, Events and their Time’, by Hannah Proctor (pp. 152-154)

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Nathan Coombs

Co-editor of the Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies 

http://www.criticalglobalisation.com

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