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Title:
Millennial capitalism and the culture of neoliberalism
Author:
Comaroff, Jean.
ISBN:
9780822380184
Publication Information:
[Durham, N.C] : Duke University Press, c2001.
Physical Description:
vi, 324 p. : ill. ; 25. cm.
Series:
A millennial quartet book

Millennial quartet.
General Note:
"Public culture books."

"Originally published, without the essay by Melissa W. Wright or the index, as vol. 12, no. 2 (2000) of Public culture. Melissa W. Wright's essay originally appeared in vol. 11, no. 3 (1999) pf Public culture, pages 453-474"--T.p. verso.
Contents:
Millennial capitalism: first thoughts on a second coming / Jean Comaroff and John L. Comaroff -- Millennial transitions / Irene Stengs ... [et al.] -- Toward a critique of globalcentrism: speculations on capitalism's nature / Fernando Coronil -- Lived effects of the contemporary economy: globalization, inequality, and consumer society / Michael Storper -- The dialectics of still life: murder, women, and maquiladoras / Melissa W. Wright -- Freeway to China (version 2, for Liverpool) / Allan Sekula -- Capitalism and autochthony: the seesaw of mobility and belonging / Peter Geschiere and Francis Nyamnjoh -- Millennial coal face / Luiz Paulo Lima, Scott Bradwell, and Seamus Walsh -- Modernity's media and the end of mediumship? On the aesthetic economy of transparency in Thailand / Rosalind C. Morris -- Living at the edge: religion, capitalism, and the end of the nation-state in Taiwan / Robert P. Weller -- Millenniums past, Cuba's future? / Paul Ryer -- Consuming Geist: popontology and the spirit of capital in indigenous Australia / Elizabeth A. Povinelli -- Cosmopolitanism and the banality of geographical evils / David Harvey.
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A special issue of PUBLIC CULTURE, this collection of essays forms an empirically grounded, conceptual discussion that posits global millennial capitalism as a historical formation.