Community Economies

Dialogues

 

Many people have engaged with the work of J.K. Gibson-Graham. We include here dialogues with their ideas.

 

Dialogues on A Postcapitalist Politics

Emotion, Space and Society, 2008

Aitken, Stuart (2008). “The End of Capitalism as George W. Bush and his Dad Knew it. The Curti–Stephens–Powers–Goode–Bosco–Crotty–Aitken–Moreno–Anderson–Rossiter–Abbenante Collective.” Emotion, Space and Society. 1(2): 145-147.

Larner, Wendy (2008). “Musings of a 'Reluctant Subject'.” Emotion, Space and Society. 1(2): 148-149.

Rose, Mitch (2008). “Being-in-Debt: The Limits of Post-Capitalist Subjectivity.” Emotion, Space and Society. 1(2): 150-152.

Cavanagh, Chris (2008). “Help Me to See!” Emotion, Space and Society. 1(2): 153-154.

Gibson-Graham, J.K. (2008). “Other economies are already here! Response to commentaries on A Postcapitalist Politics.” Emotion, Space and Society. 1(2): 155-158.

 

Reviews and Responses to A Postcapitalist Politics

Schaefer, Zachary (2009). “Review: Finding Feminized Economics: A Postcapitalist Politics, J. K. Gibson-Graham, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2006.” Organization. 16: 924-928.

North, Peter (2008). “Review of J.K. Gibson-Graham's A Postcapitalist Politics.” Progress in Human Geography. 32(3): 477-481.

Emerson, Brian (2009). “Book Review: A Postcapitalist Politics J. K. Gibson-Graham.” Review of Radical Political Economics. 41: 396-400.

Tonkiss, Fred (2008). “Postcapitalist Politics?” Economy and Society. 37(2): 304-312.

Werner, Karen (2006). “Book Review: A Postcapitalist Politics. By J.K. Gibson-Graham.” Critical Sociology. 33: 357-358.

Abukhater, Ahmed (2009). “Book Review: A Postcapitalist Politics J. K. Gibson-Graham.” Urban Studies. 46: 481-482.

Samers, Michael (2005). “The Myopia of 'Diverse Economies', or a Critique of the 'Informal Economy'.” Antipode. 37(5): 875-886.

 

Dialogue on Postdevelopment & Community Economies

Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 2005

J.K. Gibson-Graham (2005). “Surplus Possibilities: Postdevelopment and Community Economies” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 26(1).

Aguilar, F. Jr. (2005). “Excess possibilities? Ethics, populism and community economy.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 26(1): 27–31.

Kelly, P. (2005). “Scale, power and the limits to possibilities.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 26(1): 39–43.

Laurie, N. (2005) ‘Putting the messiness back in: Towards a geography of development as creativity’, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 26(1), 32–35.

Lawson, V. (2005) ‘Hopeful geographies: Imagining ethical alternatives’, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 26(1), 36–38.

Curry, George (2005). “Reluctant Subjects or Passive Resistance?” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 26(2): 127-131.

J.K. Gibson-Graham. 2005. “Traversing the Fantasy of Sufficiency: A Response to Aguilar, Kelly, Laurie and Lawson.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 26(2): 119-126.

 

Dialogue on Economic Hybridity

Current Anthropology, 2000

M. Yang. 2000. Putting global capitalism in its place: economic hybridity, Bataille and ritual expenditure, Current Anthropology 41(4), 477-509.

JK Gibson-Graham. 2000. Invited comment on 'Putting global capitalism in its place: economic hybridity, Bataille and ritual expenditure' by Mayfair Yang, Current Anthropology 41(4), 498-99.

 

Reviews and Responses to The End of Capitalism (1996)

Disch, L. (1999). “Deconstructing 'Capitalism', review of J.K. Gibson-Graham, The End of Capitalism (as we knew it): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy, Blackwell, 1996. Theory and Event 3(1).

Escobar, A. (1999). "Discourse and Culture in the Undoing of Economism and Capitalocentrism," Rethinking Marxism 11(2), 58-61.

Ruccio, D. (1999). "Toward an Anthropology of Class Discourses," Rethinking Marxism 11(2), 53-58.

Massey, D. (1997). "A feminist critique of political economy, review of JK Gibson-Graham, The End of Capitalism (as we knew it): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy, Blackwell, 1996," City 7, 156-162.

Moon, M. (1999). "Valuable Class Time," Rethinking Marxism 11(2), 50-53.

Walters, W. (1999). "Decentring the economy, review of JK Gibson-Graham, The End of Capitalism (as we knew it): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy, Blackwell, 1996," Economy and Society 28(2), 312-323.

Maroney, H. (1998). "Review of JK Gibson-Graham, The End of Capitalism (as we knew it): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy, Blackwell, 1996," Cultural Logic 2(1).

Kent, Andrew (2007). “Review of J.K. Gibson-Graham, The End of Capitalism (as We Knew It).” Progress in Human Geography; 31(2): 278-280.

 

Dialogue on "Which Globalization?"

Development, 1997

Korten, David. (1997). "Which Globalization?" Development 40(1).

Gibson-Graham, J.K. (1997). "Feminist Reflections: Postmodern Political Visions and Strategies, Invited response to David Korten's 'Which Globalization?' Development 40(2): 62-64.