2018: Confirmed speakers include:
Dean Mitchell, From Governmentality to Economic Theology: Shifting Paradigms of Economic Governance
Arpad Szakolczai Commodification, commedification and permanent substitutability: The sacrificial carnival of fairground capitalism
Stefan Swarzkopf: Copenhagen Business School ‘Cosmos, Excess and Surveillance: on the Economic Theology of Data’.
James Fairhead: The worm turns: Populism and the historical organisation of disorder
Stephen Linstead, Spectral Culture, Material Culture, and Aesthetic Methods: Filmmaking and the Affect of Political Economy.
Damian O’Doherty, Manchester University
Hannah Knox, Thinking like a Climate: Governing in times of Environmental Change
Tina Kinsella (IADT) & Helen O’Leary, Penn State College: The Art of Theory
Katie Holten & Ger Mullally; Sustainability
Donnacha Kavanagh: University College Dublin – Interview with Professor Emeritus, Sebastian Green
Carmen Kuhling: University of Limerick & Kieran Keohane, The Moral Injuries of Neo-liberalism
Tom Boland, Ray Griffin, Moral Foundations of Economy + Society? An ambivalent appraisal.
John O’Brien, ‘States of Intoxication: The Place of Alcohol in Culture’