Janet Roitman, "Anti-Crisis"
English | ISBN: 0822355124, 0822355272 | 2013 | 176 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Crisis is everywhere: in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and the Congo; in our housing markets, money markets, financial systems, state budgets, and sovereign currencies. In , Janet Roitman steps back from the cycle of crisis production to ask not just why we declare so many crises but also what sort of analytical work the concept of crisis enables. What, she asks, are the stakes of "crisis"? Taking responses to the so-called subprime mortgage crisis of 2007-08 as her case in point, Roitman engages with the work of thinkers ranging from Reinhart Koselleck to Michael Lewis, and from Thomas Hobbes to Robert Shiller. In the process, she questions the bases for claims to crisis and shows how crisis functions as a narrative device, or how the invocation of crisis in contemporary accounts of the financial meltdown enables particular narratives, raising certain questions while foreclosing others.




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