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Your money or your life : feminist perspectives on economy
Feminist perspectives on economy
“Four booklets by activist scholars and practicing artists that explore creative responses to the oppression of the dominant economic paradigm. Katherine Gibson, political economist and feminist describes different ways to understand and visualize the economy. Kathi Weeks asks what a guaranteed basic income might mean for waged work. Kathrin Böhm, founding member of the collaborative Myvillages, documents her ongoing project Company: Movements, Deals, and Drinks. Kate Rich presents her ongoing project Feral Trade, a long range economic experiment trading goods over social networks and outside commercial systems.”--From the publisher.; Made in response to a seminar on resisting and responding to conservative nationalism, global capitalism, and social, political, and economic upheaval.; Four pamphlets in belly band.
Fortune, BonnieSkou, Lise
Trade Test Site Imprint
4 volumes : illustrations ; 22 x 14 cm.
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Library has: #1. Economic meltdown, or what an iceberg can tell us about the economy by Katherine Gibson; #2. The Problems with work by Kathi Weeks; #3. Trade as public realm / economy as public space by Kathrin Böhm; #4. The ecology of supply by Kate Rich.
Economic conditionsFeminism--Social aspectsEconomic historyZines
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The original object was scanned as a TIFF file on an Epson Expression 10000XL flatbed scanner at approximately 4000 pixels on the long dimension.