Socially Creative Thinking, or How Experimental Thinking Creates ‘Other Worlds'

J.K. Gibson-Graham

The KATARSIS research project responds to one of the most pressing questions of our times; how to live together? In EU countries this concern has focused on creating conditions for social cohesion, especially by researching the ways that processes of exclusion and inclusion operate. On the global stage the question of how to live together has gained increasing weight in recent times in the light of climate change, public health challenges and economic crisis. Hard-hitting questions about basic needs, consumption levels, capitalist surplus, and the environmental commons that have been suppressed in the language of cohesion and inclusion are beginning to surface.

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Gibson-Graham, J.K. "Socially Creative Thinking or how experimental thinking creates other worlds." Paper presented at the Katarsis conference, 2008.