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Genealogies of Neoliberalism

Longtime readers of this blog should be well aware of the ongoing discussion/debate we’ve had for the past few years about the genealogy of neoliberalism. New readers should go back and read some of the back-and-forth that occupied so much of the blog’s time and space–Neoliberalism at USIH. With that in mind, it looks like we should all read the latest edition of Radical History Review, edited by Mark Soderstrom and Jason Stahl, dedicated to “Genealogies of Neoliberalism.” Articles in the issue that seem to speak specifically to USIH: Brian Tochterman, “Theorizing Neoliberal Urban Development: A Genealogy from Richard Florida Read more