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About Max Haiven

Max Haiven is Canada Research Chair in Culture, Media and Social Justice at Lakehead University where he also co-directs the ReImagining Value Action Lab. He is author, most recently, of Art After Money, Money After Art: Creative Strategies Against Financialization (Pluto 2018). Follow him on twitter @maxhaiven

 

 

Articles by Max Haiven

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Art after money

Banksy’s prank on the art market rhymes with our common struggle against financialization’s shredding of society.

"The corollary of the derivative is the border": visions for the democratic control of movement

Democracy is created in the seizing of it: those who are democratizing movement are those who, in their actions, are implicitly or explicitly demanding the abolition of borders.

Why social movements need the radical imagination

Book extract: The radical imagination often emerges most brilliantly from those who encounter the greatest or most acute oppression and exploitation, and is often stunted and diluted in those who enjoy the greatest privileges.

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