The Climate of Commodity Discourses: Values We Produce, Market, and Consume

Abstract: Global commodity chains are one lens anthropologists use to examine the dynamic entanglements within human social relations that exist in a highly monetized world, where worth is often determined by a set of cultural conversations founded on a clear stress on the principles of market value. Studies within political economy, anthropology, and cultural theory … Continue reading The Climate of Commodity Discourses: Values We Produce, Market, and Consume

KAPITAL 150

KAPITAL 150: A Symposium on The Relevance Of Marx  Friday, November 3, 2017 Dalhousie University Halifax, Nova Scotia Karl Marx published volume one of Capital: A Critique of Political Economy on September 14, 1867. On this 150th anniversary year of the publication, the Sociology & Social Anthropology Department at Dalhousie University will be hosting a symposium … Continue reading KAPITAL 150