After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto
Edited by Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin
Although the neoliberal economic settlement is unravelling, its political underpinning remains largely unchallenged. Our manifesto calls into question the neoliberal order itself, and argues that we need radical alternatives to its foundational assumptions.
Latest Seminar: States of imagination
20 March 2014, 6:30 - 8:30pm - Marx Memorial Library, EC1R 0DU (map)
Speakers: Janet Newman (Emeritus Professor, Social Policy and Criminology, Open University) and John Clarke (Emeritus Professor, Social Policy and Criminology, Open University)
Respondents: Samuel Kirwan (Research Associate, University of Bristol) and Jane Foot (Independent policy advisor)
Chair: Jo Littler (Senior Lecturer, City University)
Tickets: £5 waged, £3 unwaged / concessions, free for Soundings subscribers.
The seminar addressed the latest chapter of the Kilburn Manifesto - "States of imagination" by Janet Newman and John Clarke.
The manifesto will be published in online instalments over the next 12 months.
Chapter 1 Framing statement
After neoliberalism: analysing the present
Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin
Vocabularies of the economy
Chapter 3: A relational society
Chapter 4: Common-sense neoliberalism
Stuart Hall and Alan O'Shea
Chapter 5: After neoliberalism: the need for a gender revolution
Chapter 6: A growing discontent: Class and generation under neoliberalism
Chapter 7: States of imagination
Janet Newman and John Clarke
Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin Reframing the economic debate
Launch event: Speakers: Deborah Grayson, Andrew Simms, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin. Chair: Jo Littler
The video of the manifesto launch is now available here.