Disturbances lecture series: Capitalist Dynamics & the Gendered, Racialized Politics of Labour Contracts

In Kupoli, Uusi ylioppilastalo, Mannerheimintie 5 B 7th floor on Sunday
March 2nd

Food available 4pm, Lecture 4.30pm

A discussion on Contract & Contagion: From Biopolitics to Oikonomia
(2012), with particular emphasis on changing forms of work, labour-time,
value theory and questions about the abolition of work.

Angela Mitropoulos is a Researcher at the University of Sydney. Her
writing spans political movements and philosophy. Contract & Contagion
combines and goes beyond the limits of Italian Operaismo, postcolonial,
queer and feminist theory to offer a critical theoretical framework on
capitalist dynamics.

You may get book from here: 

In facebook:

Disturbances is an open series of lectures and discussions at the
crossroads of society, philosophy, history, economy and resistance.
We are already aware that we can not live as before, but we do not know
what the future holds. Others are stuck in the past, but we only want to
understand it. Even a small disturbance of an initial condition can lead
a system into a completely different state.
Our speakers are Finnish and international anti-authoritarian
researchers and activists. Events are organized in cooperation with
A-ryhmä and AutOp, two student groups of the University of Helsinki. You
may also follow lecture online (both real-time and recording)
at .
Our program is created by the participants themselves, if you want to
join or simply get in contact, write .

Add new comment

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

Author columns

Владимир Платоненко

The worst thing Putin has done in Ukraine is to reconcile the authorities with the people. The president has turned from an object of universal criticism into the Ukrainian Charles de Gaulle.1 The general of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry offers to deliver himself to the Russian army in...

8 months ago
Антти Раутиайнен

The results of the first 30 years of “democracy” in Ukraine are, to put it mildly, unconvincing. The economy and the media are in the hands of rival oligarchs, corruption is at staggering levels, economic development lags behind many African countries, and in addition, the country has become the...

9 months ago
4