TV FEMINISTA

What is Neoliberalism? is a video by the Barnard Center for Research on Women, featuring interviews with Lisa Duggan, Miranda Joseph, Sealing Cheng, Elizabeth Bernstein, Dean Spade, Sandra K. Soto, Teresa Gowan, and Ana Amuchástegui. In the video, contributors describe the various meanings that have been attributed to the term “neoliberalism,” the neoliberal economic policies developed through the IMF and the World Bank, and the usefulness of “neoliberalism” as an organizing rubric for contemporary scholars and activists. Drawing from research on immigration policy, the prison-industrial complex, poverty management, and reproductive rights, they sketch some of neoliberalism’s intersections with gender, sexuality, race, class, and nation. Recorded Fall 2012.

What is Neoliberalism? was published in issue 11.1-11.2 of The Scholar & Feminist Online, “Gender, Justice, and Neoliberal Transformations.” See the entire issue at sfonline.barnard.edu/gender-justice-and-neoliberal-transformations for additional resources.

Captions are available on YouTube: youtu.be/7kL4p3llmHk

# vimeo.com/71978595 Uploaded 4,746 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

TV FEMINISTA

Universidade Livre Feminista Plus

UNIVERSIDADE LIVRE FEMINISTA - Vídeos da luta feminista por um mundo sem machismo, sem fundamentalismos e sem lesbofobia. Estes vídeos são utilizados como materiais de debates em cursos e programas de formação da Universidade Livre Feminista - feminismo.org.br

Browse This Channel

Shout Box

  • Daniel Prace

    "A short video with interesting facts about skateboarding. The video is kept in the silent and minimalist style . I have worked the first time with the depth of field and Sony Vegas Pro 12."

    Pls give me a feedback if you liked it :)
    vimeo.com/79819050

    by Daniel Prace

  • Campaign Social

    "The Way I See It" reflects on rape and sexual assault from the perspective of a survivor. vimeo.com/54822040

    by Campaign Social

Channels are a simple, beautiful way to showcase and watch videos. Browse more Channels. Channels