Posts Tagged ‘miscellaneous’


I’ll be heading out to the University of California-Riverside in a couple of weeks, to participate in a conference in honor of my friend Stephen Cullenberg (who served as the dean of the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences from 2006 to 2014), on the topic of “Unsettling the University: Confronting Capitalism and the Crisis of Higher Education.”

But who’s counting?

Posted: 15 March 2015 in Uncategorized


Well, according to the folks at WordPress, that makes 6000 posts since I started this blog in July 2009. . .

Travel days

Posted: 11 March 2015 in Uncategorized
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A few days off. (It’s Spring Break!) No posts then until I return. . .


My essay, “American Hustle,” in which I respond to Kate Bowler’s book, Blessed: A History of the American Prosperity Gospel, has just been published in the Journal of Cultural Economy.

Readers will find a preview here. The first fifty interested readers (actually forty-nine, since I downloaded a copy for myself) can download the text of the entire essay here.

Capitalism VP Poster FINAL

A debate tomorrow at Notre Dame, which will be broadcast on Vantage Point Radio.


My post on the nature of the conflict over Greek debt seems to be getting some notice, here and on the Real-World Economics Review Blog.

Now it’s been translated into Italian.


Well, with the help of my research assistant, I was finally able to update the crisis representations and unequal representations pages of the blog. I hope readers find the charts, graphs, and maps useful. I’ve included the sources for most of them. (For the rest, either I created the charts or the sources are now lost in time.)

We’ve made it back to Fall of last year. More to come as time permits. . .