Our 'special series on neoliberalism' continues with an interview on ‘Neoliberalism and Welfare’ with our guest Susanne Soederberg. Studying subjects such as the political economy of housing and the geopolitics of indebtedness, Soederberg published the monograph Debtfare States and the Poverty Industry:
In the first interview of our series, we spoke with Pınar Bedirhanoğlu on "neoliberalism and the state" in a broad intellectual framework ranging from the capitalist state to the modern state form, from the political Islamist transformation of society in Turkey to
Primarily with their sheer presence, FUL and organisations with a similar orientation reveal that despite all odds, people are driven to make time to pursue knowledge and science for their inherent values, and that it is wrong to commercialise institutions which hope
Our special series on neoliberalism, which we initiated with an interview with Pınar Bedirhanoğlu, titled "Neoliberalism and the State", continues with an interview with Intan Suwandi, where we discussed imperialism. Focusing primarily on the transformation of imperialist relations of exploitation in the
This interview series will serve to both critique a social reality fraught with contradictions sharpened by the day and rethink the theoretical arsenal indispensable to the construction of an egalitarian society.
Sci-Hub today holds considerable significance for scientific knowledge. Ranging from university students to professors, many in the science community have to call on Sci-Hub in order to autonomously produce and access knowledge. We spoke with Alexandra Elbakyan, the founder of Sci-Hub, about