Global Capitalism and the Crisis of Humanity

Apr 09, 2014
05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
124 Sparks

William Robinson, University of California-Santa Barbara

The lecture will focus on the negatives stemming from global capitalism and how it is affecting our world. According to Robinson, “The immense inequalities of the global political economy cannot easily be contained through consensual mechanisms of social control; we have been witnessing transitions from social welfare to social control states around the world.”  He argues that we are facing violent consequences of these economic disparities and will explain why during his April 9th lecture.

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