Add to Calendar 12/09/2021 4:00 PM 12/09/2021 5:30 PM America/Los_Angeles The New Class Analysis: Perspectives from the Academy and Beyond Please click the URL for event detail information. https://www.humanities.uci.edu./humanitiescenter/calendar/events.php?recid=9380&dept_code_val=999-7&css_path=humanitiescenter&file_name=events Zoom webinar - see registration link above
The New Class Analysis: Perspectives from the Academy and Beyond
Department: Humanities CenterDate and Time: December 9, 2021 | 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
Event Location: Zoom webinar - see registration link above
Share:| | A conversation on class and capitalism with Catherine Liu, George Hoare and Alex Hochuli.
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UCI Professor Catherine Liu and NGO worker George Hoare debate the possibilities and limitations of the new class analysis. Drawing on a range of sources and examples, they put Catherine's recent missive against the professional-managerial class, Virtue Hoarders: The Case Against the PMC, in conservation with Alex and George's co-authored panoramic survey of global politics, The End of the End of History: Politics in the Twenty-First Century, with a particular focus on the political role of the middle classes in contemporary capitalism.
George Hoare is a writer and broadcaster based in London, where he works for a mental health NGO. He, along with Philip Cunliffe and Alex Hochuli host Bungacast. His books include An Introduction to Antonio Gramsci (Bloomsbury, 2016; with Nathan Sperber).
Alex Hochuli is also a co-host of Bungacast, translator, journalist and media consultant. He is a regular contributor to Damage Magazine and Jacobin and is co-author of The End of the End of History: Politics in the Twenty-First Century.
Dr. Catherine Liu is Professor of Film and Media Studies at UC Irvine and author, most recently of Virtue Hoarders: the Case Against the Professional Managerial Class. She is at work on a book on the theoretical historical configuration of trauma and the public sphere in the post-68 world.