THURSDAY, APRIL 4: ONUR ULAS INCE

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM at Wilder House

 

In this session we’ll discuss:

“The Wealth of the Colonies: Settler Capitalism and Adam Smith’s Political Economy”

ONUR ULAS INCE | Assistant Professor of Political Science, Singapore Management University

 

 

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

Refreshments will be served.

To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

To view our Spring 2019 schedule, please follow this link.

Learn More about our workshop here.

 

MARCH 14, 2019: JAMES STAFFORD

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Thursday, March 14, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM at Wilder House

In this session we’ll discuss:

“The Transformation of Free Trade: From Cosmopolitan Right to the Law of Treaties, c.1600-1875”

 

JAMES STAFFORD | Postdoctoral Researcher in World Politics, Bielefeld University

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

Refreshments will be served.

To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

To view our Winter 2019 schedule, please follow this link.

Learn More about our workshop here.

 

MARCH 12, 2019: MARY O’SULLIVAN

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM in the Social Sciences Research Building 224 (John Hope Franklin Room) for a a public lecture:

 

“No Capitalism Please, We’re Historians: The Elusive Role of Profit in the History of Economic Life”

 

MARY O’SULLIVAN |Professor of Economic History, University of Geneva

 

** Please note the special date and location ** 

 

Tuesday, March 12, 5:00-6:30 PM in the Social Sciences Research Building 224 (John Hope Franklin Room)

 

Since this is a talk there is no pre-circulated paper.

Refreshments will be served.

To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

To view our Winter 2019 schedule, please follow this link.

Learn More about our workshop here.

 

 

FEBRUARY 28, 2019: NICHOLAS FOSTER

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM at Wilder House

In this session we’ll discuss:

 

Neo-liberal Acquiescence, or New Democrat Reform? The Democratic Political-Economic Strategy Behind the Tax Reform Act of 1986

 

NICHOLAS FOSTER | PhD Student in History, University of Chicago

 

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

Refreshments will be served.

To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

To view our Winter 2019 schedule, please follow this link.

Learn More about our workshop here.

 

FEBRUARY 14, 2019: OLIVER CUSSEN

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Thursday, February 14, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM at Wilder House

 

In this session we’ll discuss:

Old Regime France and its Empire: The First Heterodox Economy?

 

OLIVER CUSSEN | PhD Candidate in History, University of Chicago

 

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

 

Refreshments will be served.

 

To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

 

To view our Winter 2019 schedule, please follow this link.

 

Learn More about our workshop here.

 

JANUARY 22, 2019: ISABELLE FERRERAS

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM at the Social Sciences Building 401

In this session we’ll discuss:

 

“Firms as Political Entities: A Conceptual Perspective, Research and Policy Implications” 

ISABELLE FERRERAS

Professor of Sociology, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium

 

Joint Session with the Money, Markets and Governance Workshop

 

**Please note the special date and location** (Tuesday, January 22, 5-6:30 PM in Social Sciences 401)

 

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

Refreshments will be served.

To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link.

 

Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

 

To view our Winter 2019 schedule, please follow this link.

 

Learn More about our workshop here.

JANUARY 17, 2019: CAMERON HU

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM at Wilder House.

In this session we’ll discuss:

“The Shale System and the Global Division of Nature”

CAMERON HU | PhD Candidate in Anthropology, University of Chicago

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

Refreshments will be served.

To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

To view our Winter 2019 schedule, please follow this link.

Learn More about our workshop here.

NOVEMBER 8, 2018: JOSHUA CLOVER

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Thursday, November 8 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM in ROSENWALD 405 (please notice the special location). In this session we’ll discuss:

 

“THE IRRECONCILABLE, OR WHAT WAS THE NOVEL?”

 

JOSHUA CLOVER | Professor of English, University of California, Davis

 

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

 

Refreshments will be served.

 

 To receive workshop announcements, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

 

To view our Fall 2018 schedule, please follow this link.

 

Learn More about our workshop here.

OCTOBER 11, 2018: MATT FURLONG

Please join the Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop on Thursday, October 11 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM in Wilder House (5811 S. Kenwood Ave).

In this session we’ll discuss:

“An Alluvial World (or, public housing between gender and indigeneity in a world interior of northern Mexico)”

MATT FURLONG | PhD Student in Anthropology, University of Chicago

We kindly request that participants read the paper ahead of the session.

Refreshments will be served.

The paper will be circulated in advance through our listserv. To access the paper, please subscribe to the listserv by following this link. Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you require assistance please contact the workshop coordinators: Lucas Pinheiro (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu) and Kelly Mulvaney (kmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

To view our Fall 2018 schedule, please follow this link.

Learn More about our workshop here.

FALL 2018 SCHEDULE

The Historical Capitalisms & Social Theory Workshop is pleased to announce its Fall 2018 schedule. The workshop meets on alternate Thursdays from 5:00 to 6:30 PM at Wilder House (5811 S. Kenwood Ave.). Workshop papers will be circulated through our listserv and should be read in advance. You may subscribe to our listserv by following this link. For more information about the workshop and upcoming events please visit our website.

Refreshments are served at all our events, which are free and open to the public. If you have any questions or requests for accommodation, please email the coordinators (lucaspinheiro@uchicago.edu ankmulvaney@uchicago.edu).

 

HISTORICAL CAPITALISMS & SOCIAL THEORY WORKSHOP

FALL 2018 SCHEDULE

 

OCTOBER 11

Matt Furlong | PhD Student in Anthropology, University of Chicago

“An Alluvial World (or, state margins, mass housing, and melodramatic indigeneity in the world interior of northern Mexico)”

 

OCTOBER 25

Jon Levy | Professor of History, University of Chicago

“Magic of the Market: American Capitalism during the 1980s”

With comments by Kimberly Hoang| Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago

 

NOVEMBER 8

Joshua Clover | Professor of English, University of California, Davis

“The Irreconcilable, or, Novels After Value, or What Was the Novel”

 

NOVEMBER 15

Aaron Benanav | Harper-Schmidt Fellow, University of Chicago

“The History of Automation and the Future of Work”

 

NOVEMBER 29

Ashley Bohrer | Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Hamilton College

“Decolonizing Marxist Feminism: María Lugones, Sylvia Wynter, and Sayek Valencia on the Colonial History of Capitalist Misogyny”

 

DECEMBER 6

Lisa Simeone | PhD Candidate in Anthropology, University of Chicago

“Hard Times in a Rich World: History in the Future Tense”