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S. Charusheela on “Engendering Feudalism”

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IAS faculty member S. Charusheela gave a talk on “Engendering Feudalism” at the History and Development Workshop of the Economics Department of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  The talk explored ways of understanding economic activity outside of the capitalist wage system.  While there, she also ...

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S. Charusheela and Colin Danby presented their research on “Decentering Race, Gender, and Class – Thinking Beyond Capitalism and Economy”

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IAS faculty members S. Charusheela and Colin Danby presented their research on “Decentering Race, Gender, and Class – Thinking Beyond Capitalism and Economy” in Berlin, Germany.  Drawing on the work of J.K. Gibson-Graham, they...

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Eight IAS Faculty Members Promoted

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Eight IAS faculty members were promoted this year.  S. Charusheela was promoted from associate to full professor.  Becky Aanerud and David Goldstein were promoted from senior to principal lecturer.  Dan BergerShauna CarlisleJohanna Crane, and Santiago Lopez were promoted with tenure from assistant to associate professor.  And Kristin Gustafson was promoted from lecturer to senior lecturer.

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S. Charusheela Speaks Economics and Gender in Delhi

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S. Charusheela gave a seminar for M.Phil students at the Centre for Development Practice, Ambedkar University Delhi, on postcolonial economics on Thursday August 27, and public lectures on "Sexing the Economy: Capitalcentrism and the Gendered Subject" and "Engendering Feudalism:  Alternate Subjects for Post-capitalist Futures" on Friday, August 28.

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IAS faculty members and students participate in the 2015 Cultural Studies Association conference.

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Twelve IAS faculty members and students participated in the 2015 Cultural Studies Association (CSA) conference, engaging in activities ranging from plenary sessions and roundtables to workshops and seminars.  All contributed to the conference theme, “Another University is Possible: Praxis, Activism, and the Promise of Critical Pedagogy.”  

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