Vernaculars of Neoliberalism

Vernaculars of Neoliberalism
King’s College London
7 Nov, 6-8pm followed by wine reception
Strand Campus: K2.31
Free event but registration required
 
Speakers: Paul Gilroy, Jeremy Gilbert, Jane Elliott, Ziad Elmarsafy
Chair: Clare Birchall
 
Despite optimistic declarations to the contrary in the heady days of 2007-8, neoliberalism has survived the recent financial crisis. This event draws together speakers who look to different social and cultural, macro and micro articulations of neoliberalism to explain its hold. This evening’s debate will consider singular genres and vernaculars of neoliberalism and the way they each speak to, and produce particular subjectivities.
 
Please advertise to friends and colleagues, but note that spaces are limited and people must register by signing up at: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/aboutkings/worldwide/initiatives/global/nas/news-and-events/events/Venaculars-of-Neoliberalism-form.aspx
 
Strand Campus: K2.31
This event has been jointly organised by the Institute of North American Studies and the English Department.
 
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About Virality

Tony D. Sampson is Reader in Digital Culture and Communications at the University of East London. A former musician, he studied computer technology and cultural theory before receiving a PhD in sociology from the University of Essex. His publications include The Spam Book, coedited with Jussi Parikka (Hampton Press, 2009), Virality: Contagion Theory in the Age of Networks (University of Minnesota Press, 2012), The Assemblage Brain: Sense Making in Neuroculture (University of Minnesota Press, 2016) and Affect and Social Media (Rowman and Littlefield, due 2018). He is organizer and host of the Affect and Social Media conferences in the UK, a co-founder of Club Critical Theory and Director of the EmotionUX Lab at UEL. He occasionally blogs at: https://viralcontagion.wordpress.com/ Full academic profile: https://www.uel.ac.uk/Staff/s/tony-sampson
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