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Publications

Relevant publications

  • Pro Bono? Winchester & Washington: Zero Books 2015
  • The Total Enemy. Six chapters of a violent idea, Eugene, Or: Wipf and Stock 2015
  • (with Jakob Bek-Thomsen, Stefan Gaarsmand Jacobsen) redigeret Distinktion. Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory, vol. 15, nr. 1, 2014, tema: Virtual Money
  • ”Democracy is Surrender: Antipolitics as Critique of Liberal Democracy”, COLLeGIUM, nr. 14, 2013, s. 61-76.
  • ”Pro Bono? On Philanthrocapitalism as ideological answer to inequality”, Ephemera, vol. 13, nr. 3, 2013, s. 555-576
  • Co-edited 5 Questions: Intellectual History, Automatic Press 2013
  • Co-edited Ideas in History, vol. 6, no. 2, 2012: Intellectual History of Economic Thought
  • An Intellectual History of Terror. War, Violence and the State, London & New York: Routledge 2010
  • Co-edited Rousseau and Revolution, London & New York: Continuum 2011

Relevant presentations

  • Presentation: “Contested Property Claims”, Semiotics, Aarhus University, November 18, 2015
  • Paper: “Street Thinking – the Radical Left on the Place Protests” The Democratic Public Sphere, Aarhus University, November 5-7, 2015
  • Paper: ”Dreaming of European Civil War – Crisis of Privileges on the anti-Muslim far right”, European Crises from Weimar until Today: History – Economy – Politics – Law, 11-12 December 2014, Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School
  • ”For God and Profit – studying money, virtue and nature as knowledge and practice authorities”, The Humanities towards a New Agenda, CBS, København, 21-22. november 2012
  • Contested property claims", paper presented at Dissent, University of Aalborg, January 16-17, 2014

Relevant publications:

  • Bruun, Maja Hojer (2015) "Communities and the Commons: Open Access and Community Ownership of the Urban Commons."  In Urban Commons: Rethinking the City, C. Borch and M. Kornberger (eds.). London and New York: Routledge.
  • Bruun, Maja Hojer (2014) "Et hjem til salg? Spændingen mellem boligen som vare og hjem på et usikkert boligmarked". In: Hverdagens mysterier. Ting vi kender men ikke helt forstår. En antologi i anledning af 60-året for antropologi og etnografi ved Aarhus Universitet, Bubandt, Nils, Dalsgård, Anne Line, Johnsen, Ulrik and Selmer, Bodil (eds.). Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag.
  • Bruun, Maja Hojer (2013) "Som én stor familie: husfællesskab og slægtskab danske andelsboligforeninger". In: H.O. Mogensen and K.F. Olwig: Familie og slægtskab - antropologiske perspektiver. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur.
  • Bruun, Maja Hojer (2012) Social Life and Moral Economies in Danish Cooperative Housing: Community, Property and Value. PhD thesis. Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen.
  • Bruun, Maja Hojer (2011) Egalitarianism and Community in Danish Housing Cooperatives. Proper Forms of Sharing and Being Together. Social Analysis 55 (2): 62-83.
  • Bruun, Maja Hojer, Gry Skrædderdal Jakobsen, and Stine Krøijer (2011) Introduction. The Concern for Sociality - Practicing Equality

Relevant presentations:

  • January 30, 2015: “Communities and the Commons: Open Access and Community Ownership of the Urban Commons”, paper given at Uncommon Enclosures workshop, Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen.
  • August 24-26, 2015: “Communities, Urban Commons and the Right to the City”, paper presented at Megaseminar, biannual meeting of Danish anthropologists, Sandbjerg.
  • October 16-18, 2014: "Cooperatives as Urban Commons", paper given at Co-operatives and Commons Workshop, Center for the Study of Law in Society, University of Sheffield.
  • October 15, 2014: "Urban Commons and Communites", seminar talk given at Birkbeck College Staff seminar, London.
  • October 14, 2014: "Urban Commons and Communites", seminar talk given at Kent Law School Staff seminar, Canterbury.
  • July 31 - 4 August 2014: "Contested Commons", paper given at European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Conference, Tallinn.
  • May 16-17, 2014: "Winning and Losing in the Housing Market", paper given at The Right to a Home workshop, LSE, London.
  • April 3-5, 2014: "Claiming the Urban Commons", paper given at Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law Workshop on Alternative Property Practices, Onati.
  • Jan. 13-15, 2014: "Claiming the Urban Commons", paper given at Megaseminar, University of Aarhus and University of Copenhagen, Sandbjerg.

Relevant publications

  • Patrick J. L. Cockburn (accepted) “Claims of Need in the Law and Politics of Property”, Theoria: a journal of social and political theory.
  • Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2015): “A common sense of property?” Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory. Published online ahead of print
  • Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2014): “Internet publication”, available from baggrund.com/okonomiske-parasitter/.
  • Christiansen, Chrisitian O. & Cockburn, P. J. L. (2014): “The Road to Market Society: a review of Michael Sandel: What Money Can’t Buy: the moral limits of the market”, European Journal of Social Theory, Vol. 17, No. 4, 2014, p. 544-549.
  • Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2013): ‘Street papers, work, and begging: “experimenting” at the margins of economic legitimacy.’ Journal of Cultural Economy (online ahead of print).
  • Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2013): ‘Kolde systemer og varme praksisser: kritik af en kunstig modstilling’. Baggrund, July 6th (available online at Baggrund.com).
  • Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2013): ‘The political chaff from the economic grain? Rhetorical accounts of the embeddedness of begging.’ Economy and Society 42, 2: 281 – 303.
  • Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2012): ‘Rhetorics of Work: the value of work in different contexts of argument.’ In Valentina Cuzzocrea, Paul James, and Partha Pratim Sahu (eds.) the Value of Work: interdisciplinary perspectives. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 3-17.
  • Cockburn, Patrick J. L. (2011): ‘Att argumentera om ekonomisk legitimitet’ [‘Arguing about economic legitimacy’], trans. Lars Herzberg for Ikaros 8(4): 9-11.

Relevant conference papers and other presentations

  • Oct. 2015 ‘"Of proprietors and parasites," Conference on Economic Justice and Political Action, University of Barcelona.  
  • April 2015 "Property and the Temporality of Needs," delivered at the PSA Politics of Property workshop, Nottingham University.
  • Feb. 2014 "Property Contested," delivered at the Philosophy Colloquium, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
  • Nov. 2013 "Rhetoric and the sources of property knowledge," delivered at the PSA Politics of Property workshop on ‘Just (and Unjust) Property’, Nottingham University. 
  • Feb. 19th, 2014: "Property Contested: a concept and the examples we use to argue about it", University of Exeter
  • Feb. 10th, 2014: "Property Contested: a concept and the examples we use to argue about it", University of Wales Trinity St. David, Lampeter
  • Jan. 2013: ‘Rhetoric and the embedded economy,’ delivered at the annual seminar for the Center for Sociologiske Studier, Aarhus Universitet, Sandbjerg, Denmark.  
  • July 2012: ‘Economy, morality and language,’ guest presentation for course ‘Tradition and Transformation’ at Renmin University, Beijing.
  • Feb. 2012: ‘Street papers and economic legitimacy,’ delivered at ‘Designing and Transforming Capitalism’ hosted by Aarhus University
  • Nov. 2010: ‘Rhetorics of work,’ delivered at the conference on ‘The Value of Work’ organised by Inter-Disciplinary.Net in Prague.

Relevant publications:

  • Risager, B. S. (2015). Prekæritet og prekariat – Sociologisk diskussion og politisk aktivisme [Precarity and Precariat – Sociological Discussion and Political Activism]. Slagmark - Tidsskrift for Idéhistorie, 71, 45–60.
  • Fabian, L., Nørgaard, A. E., & Risager, B. S. (red./eds.) (2015). Slagmark - Tidsskrift for idéhistorie #71: Sociale bevægelser og politisk protest[Battlefield – Journal of History of Ideas #71: Social Movements and Political Protest].
  • Fabian, L., Nørgaard, A. E., & Risager, B. S. (2015). Protestens taktikker, traditioner og teorier – Redaktionelt forord [The Tactics, Traditions and Theories of Protest – Editorial Preface]. Slagmark - Tidsskrift for idéhistorie [Battlefield – Journal of History of Ideas], 71, 11–27. Accessible at www.slagmark.dk/sociale-b-og-politisk-protest
  • Douzinas, C., & Risager, B. S. (2014, March 13). Greece is the future of Europe. Retrieved from www.opendemocracy.net/can-europe-make-it/costas-douzinas-bjarke-skærlund-risager/greece-is-future-of-europe
  • Translator of R. Salecl (2012). Valgets tyranni [The Tyranny of Choice]. Aarhus: Forlaget Philosophia.

 Relevant presentations:

  • Risager, B. S. (2015). Why does Space Matter to Social Movement Research? Some Theoretical and Methodological Consideration for my PhD Project. Paper presented at the PhD course Theoretical Perspectives in Geography: On theory, theorising and writing theory. September 21-25, NTNU Trondheim.
  • Risager, B. S. (2015). The Multible Geographies of Protest in Times of Crisis and Austerity: The Blockupy Movement’s ‘Resistance in the Heart of the European Crisis Regime’. Paper presented at the Inaugural Conference on Cultural Political Economy. September 1-2, Lancaster University.
  • Risager, B. S., & Thorup, M. (2015). Protesting the Neoliberal University and the De-academization of Knowledge: The Danish Student Movement, ‘A Different University’. Paper presented at the 20th Alternative Futures and Popular Protest conference. March 30-April 1, Manchester Metropolitan University.
  • Risager, B. S. (2014, February). Eventful places in the 2011 movements. Paper presented at the Alternative Futures and Popular Protest conference, Manchester.
  •  “The Occupy movement as an articulatory practice”, paper presented at the Danish Sociology Conference, Aarhus University, 19-20 January 2012.