Help us publish Fuck Neoliberalism: Translating Resistance by Simon Springer! Preorder the book and other rewards on our new Kickstarter. Fuck Neoliberalism: Translating Resistance by Simon Springer Help us publish this internationalized, heavy-metal middle finger against the all-powerful ideology that ruins the world. Preorder the book on Kickstarter. Get this new, limited longsleeve shirt and hooded sweatshirt featuring artwork from the cover, designed by Ed Repka a.k.a. the King of Thrash Metal Art. Fuck Neoliberalism. Fuck it to hell. What began as an expletive-laden paper delivered at an academic conference has become an international call-to-arms translated into over twenty different languages. A cry of rage against the way that the neoliberal ideology dominates every aspect of our lives. From birth to death, the overbearing hand of the market is always there, squeezing and enclosing everything. LEARN MORE Front Back Front and back mockup of the hooded pullover sweatshirt. Simon Springer is professor of human geography and director of the Centre for Urban and Regional Studies at the University of Newcastle, Australia. His research agenda explores the social and political exclusions that neoliberalism has engendered, particularly in post-transitional Cambodia, where he emphasizes the geographies of violence and power. He cultivates a cutting-edge theoretical approach to his scholarship by foregrounding both post-structuralist critique and a radical revival of anarchist geographies. LEARN MORE Help us also raise funds for queer and trans writers of this forthcoming book! Fitting In, Sticking Out: Queer (In)visibilities & the Perils of Inclusion is a forthcoming collection of radical essays by young queer and trans organizers and writers on issues of abolition, assimilation, and liberation. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and widespread uprisings against anti-Black police violence, the editors are reaffirming their commitment to compensate QTBIPOC organizers and writers of this work. Anyone who contributes $30 or more will get a copy of the book which will be published by PM Press in Fall 2021. LEARN MORE View as Webpage PM Press | PO Box 23912, Oakland, CA 94623 Unsubscribe [email protected] Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by [email protected] powered by Try email marketing for free today!