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The Program consisted of presentations, talks, discussions, film screenings, inviting a wide range of economists, artists, and scholars working within the field of economy. A key figure in this program would be feminist geographer Katherine Gibson and her work with the late Julie Graham. In The End Of Capitalism (As We Knew It): A Feminist Critique Of Political Economy (2006) they formulate a feminist critique of the political economy. Their central thesis is, that by making multiple forms of economic life viable options for action, it is possible to open the economy to debate and provide a space within which we can explore different economic practices and pathways.

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Public Program:

Presentation and workshop: silk screen workshop w. Ailie Rutherford + Lecture w. Johanne Løgstrup, 2017
School for Hidden Economies – Workshop series: Community Economies in Aarhus and Govanhill
School for Hidden Economies – workshop series: Counter mapping diverse economies
Lecture: Counter mapping diverse economies
School for Hidden Economies – Workshop series: Adding flavors to your Kombucha
PopUp Event: Vild Smag Festival / Wild Taste Festival
PopUp Event: Forårsmarked / Spring Market
School for Hidden Economies – Workshop series: Kombucha and Kefir for beginners
Talk and book launch: Your Money or Your Life – feminist perspectives on economy
School for Hidden Economies – Workshop series:  fermentation in small scale businesses with Zeenath Hasan.
Summerschool: Ecology of Production: A summer workshop seminar on the community economics of food
Lecture: Company—Movement, Deals, and Drinks
Workshop: School for Hidden Economies -Workshop series: Butter Making, Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Lecture: Globalization, Social Reproduction, and Violence Against Women, Saturday, November 28, 2015
Workshop: Capitalism As We Live It!, Saturday, November 28, 2015
Talk: Communal Knowledge: Is this working?, Saturday, October 31, 2015
Workshop: An experiment on the politics of hospitality infrastructure Aarhus, Saturday, October 31, 2015
Seminar: Aesthetics of Crisis, with Brian Holmes,  January 29-30, 2015

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