Cryptocurrency and Neo-Feudalism: a conversation with Jodi Dean, David Golumbia, and Britt Paris
About This Event
Scholars have recently argued that 21st century capitalism increasingly resembles a new form of feudalism. If so, how does Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies fit into it? Professors Jodi Dean (Political Science, Hobart & William Smith Colleges), David Golumbia (English and Digital Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University), and Britt Paris (Information Science, Rutgers University) will Join Owen Marshall (Science & Technology Studies, Cornell University) in discussing the ongoing interplay of money, technology, and right-wing ideology in an era of capitalism-in-crisis. RSVP for event reminder and information on future Crypto-Feudalism Working Group activities.
David Golumbia - Associate Professor of English and Digital Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University Britt Paris - Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science, Rutgers University
Meeting space provided by Cornell University's Department of Science & Technology Studies