Online Book Launch:
The Entangled Legacies of Empire: Race, Finance, and Inequality
June 20, 2023, from 12-2 pm ET
Details and Registration
To celebrate the launch of Entangled Legacies of Empire: Race, Finance and Inequality (eds. Paul Gilbert, Clea Bourne, Max Haiven and Johnna Montgomerie) by Manchester University Press, RiVAL: The ReImagining Value Action Lab, Finance and Society, and Goldsmiths’ Political Economy Research Centre are pleased to present an online launch event with the editors and many of the authors.
The event will last 2 hours and take place on Zoom. The schedule includes:
- Welcome and an overview of the book
- Short presentation by a selection of chapter authors
- Short break
- Break-out rooms for thematic discussion
- Large group discussion
To register, please visit: https://forms.gle/feWUpwM1vQgJqDbs5.
More than 25 experts from around the world have contributed to this unique and provocative book. In a series of illuminating short essays, each author has presented a striking image as an invitation to consider the ghosts of colonialism and imperialism in today’s global economy. In defiance of those who claim that today’s capitalist system is free of racism and exploitation, this book shows that the past is not behind us, it defines our world and our lives.
This book takes the reader on a global tour, from Malaysia to Canada, from Angola to Mexico, from Libya to China, from the City of London to the Australian outback, from the deep sea to the atmosphere. Along the way we meet the financiers, artists, advertisers, activists and everyday people who are grappling with the entangled legacies of empire.
Order the book from Manchester University Press: https://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526163431/.
Read the book open-access via Manchester OpenHive: https://www.manchesteropenhive.com/display/9781526163455/9781526163455.xml.