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Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities

PhD Summer School and One Day Conference 
January 2018 in Sydney, Australia

Hosted by the Community Economies Strategic Initiative, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University


All information and application details available at:
https://westernsydney.edu.au/ics/events/researching_post_capitalist_possibilities
PhD Summer School
Taught by: Katherine Gibson, Stephen Healy and Members of the Community Economies Collective  
When: 18-20, 22-24 January, 2018 (6 days)
Where: Parramatta Square City Campus of Western Sydney University, Sydney
Cost: AU$1,200 (early bird price AU$1,000)
  • Applications open: 15 September 2017
  • Applications close: 13 October 2017
  • Applicants notified: 27 October 2017
  • Early bird registration and payment due: 10 November 2017
  • Final registration and payment due: 5 January 2018
The first three days of the summer school will explore the conceptual foundations of feminist post-capitalist thinking. The second three days will focus on how to imagine and enact post-capitalist possibilities through research practice. Prior reading preparation will be required. In addition to key works by J.K. Gibson-Graham and CEC scholars on the Diverse Economy and Community Economies, readings and lectures will engage with other contemporary approaches that are working at the frontiers of socio-political thought including: material semiotics, post-development, ecological humanities, resilience theory, psychoanalytic theory, assemblage politics and commoning. 
One Day Conference
When: 25 January, 2018 
Where: Parramatta South Campus of Western Sydney University, Sydney
Cost: AU$30
Registration: Registrations open on 2 October 2017. Refer to the ICS website (
https://westernsydney.edu.au/ics/events/researching_post_capitalist_possibilitiesin early October for a link to the registration page. 

This conference will present recent research by members of the Community Economies Research Network. Conference papers will be posted on the conference website ahead of time. Conference sessions will take the form of short 10 minute presentations followed by in depth discussion and appreciative inquiry. The conference is open to a wide audience. Only registered attendees will be given access to the papers on the Conference Website. 

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