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ネオリベラリズムを超えて:1989年以降の社会分析

Beyond Neoliberalism : Social Analysis after 1989 . 1st ed. 2017

(Approaches to Social Inequality and Difference)

Burchardt, Marian (EDT)   Kirn, Gal (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2017/02
VII, 279 p.
出版国: CH
ISBN: 9783319455891
eISBN: 9783319455907
KNPID: EY00155299
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This book explores how changes that occurred around 1989 shaped the study of the social sciences, and scrutinizes the impact of the paradigm of neoliberalism in different disciplinary fields. The contributors examine the ways in which capitalism has transmuted into a seemingly unquestionable, triumphant framework that globally articulates economics with epistemology and social ontology. The volume also investigates how new narratives of capitalism are being developed by social scientists in order to better understand capitalism’s ramifications in various domains of knowledge. At its heart, Beyond Neoliberalism seeks to unpack and disaggregate neoliberalism, and to take readers beyond the analytical limitations that a traditional framework of neoliberalism entails.

This book is a result of discussions at and support from the Irmgard Coninx Fundation. 

Table of Contents

PART I: Epistemic and Conceptual Shifts in the Wake of 1989

1. De-theorizing in order to Re-theorize Emergent Alignments. A Rumination

2. A Triple Movement? Parsing the Politics of Crisis after Polanyi

3. The Critique of Transitologist Discourse, or what is to be done with “post”?

4. A Fractured Globe: Anthropology and Narration after 1989

5. Postcolonial Criticism after 1989

PART II: New Narratives of Capitalism: Interrogating Knowledge Production and Ethnography

6. Cash and Livelihood in Soft Currency Economies: challenges for research

7. Economic Anthropology, Islamic Finance, and the Limits of Capitalism

8. Religion and Secularism in Neoliberal Capitalism

9. The Last Men before the Last: a Russian messianic revival in the twilight of history

10. The End of Ideology? Re-conceptualizing Citizenship and Culture in a Post-(political) Place World

11. Humanitarianism after the Cold War: The Case of Haiti

12. The uneasy relationship between ‘China’ and ‘Globalization’ in post-Cold War scholarship

13. New Human Rights Paradigms in the Neo-Liberal Age

14. 1989 as a Historical Caesura in the Study of History