DEBT STRIKE NOW ?
An Online Conversation with Richard Robbins, Devin Singh, and Joshua Ramey
Saturday, April 11, 10am (Eastern Time Zone)
Read a related interview with Joshua Ramey (scroll down).
Reading: If you would like to dig into some texts beforehand, Joshua Ramey recommends the following: Richard Robbins and Tim DiMuzio, Debt As Power (it’s not long, and you can just sort of root around in it and pick up the argument fairly easily). You can get a sense of Devin Singh’s work two ways: A recent article of his, “Debt Cancellation as Sovereign Crisis Management,” . . . and a recent symposium on his book, Divine Currency: The Theological Power of Money in the West.
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