RiVAL is pleased to welcome three visiting speakers/presenters this fall. Anti-Ethnography: Indigenous responses to colonial gaze Film screening and discussion with Brooklyn-based Ojibwe film-makers Adam Khalil and Zack Khalil: a curated selection of video works which[…]
Join us each month to experiment with social justice-themed board games! For more information, visit: rival.lakeheadu.ca/games
Join us! RiVAL Research-Creation Associate Cassie Thornton will be leading a series of ‘free’ yoga classes dedicated to exploring feminist economics and liberation from money throughout fall 2017. For more information please visit: rival.lakeheadu.ca/yoga.
RiVAL is pleased to be co-organizing this important scholarly gathering in London, UK, September 22-23 2017. For more information, visit: http://www.perc.org.uk/project_posts/colonial-debts-extractive-nostalgias-imperial-insolvencies-reimagining-financialization/
This intentionally provocative paper makes three interwoven arguments. First, that the rise of the far-right and of authoritarian and fascistic and fundamentalist regimes and organizations around the world (but especially in the country of the[…]
RiVAL Director Max Haiven and associate Cassie Thornton, working under the banner of their project the University of the Phoenix, are planning a radical financial literacy tour of the Midwest and Northeast USA in Winter[…]
It’s with great pleasure that I can introduce the ReImagining Value Action Lab (RiVAL) through its website. My name is Max Haiven and I am director of the Lab and Canada Research Chair in Culture,[…]