An analysis of the financialisation of American universities and their integration into the circuits of capital accumulation.
During the 1990s, a rationalization of the workplace in American universities occurred, a process that critics described with terms like privatization, neoliberalization, financialization, and commericalization.
A pamphlet by Reclamations Journal on skyrocketing student debt in the context of budget cuts and economic crisis.
Amanda Armstrong, Insolvent Futures / Bonds of Struggle
Malcolm Harris, Bad Education
Mark Paschal, A Framework for Student Debt
George Caffentzis, The Student Loan Debt Abolition Movement in the United States
Daniel Marcus, Six Pictures of Our Insolvency (photo essay)
An interview with Italian Marxist feminist, Silvia Federici which centers around austerity measures in the universities, the response from students in California and women's place and experience within these movements.
Maya Gonzalez and Caitlin Manning1: You have written about university struggles in the context of neo-liberal restructuring. Those struggles responded to attempts to enclose the knowledge commons.
- 1. With contributions from Aaron Benanav, Amanda Armstrong, Chris Chen, and Zhivka Valiavicharska