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Lecture： From Piraeus to Kolkata: Reflections on Logistics along the New Silk Road
Moderator：Joyce C.H. Liu (Professor, Chair, Institute of Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University)
Date：2018/ 11/19 (Mon) 13:30-16:30
Venue：Room 106A, HA Building 2, NCTU
Brett Neilson is Professor at Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University. He received his Ph.D. in English from Yale University in 1994. His research and writing aims to provide alternative ways of conceiving globalisation, with particular emphasis upon its social and cultural dimensions. Drawing on cultural and social theory as well as on empirical and archival information, this research has derived original and provocative means for rethinking the significance of globalisation for a wide range of contemporary problems and predicaments, including the circulation of popular culture, the proliferation of borders, the ascendancy of global financial markets, the pressures of population ageing and the growing heterogeneity of labour. He is currently working on the ARC Discovery project, 'Logistics as Global Governance: Labour, Software and Infrastructure along the New Silk Road', with partner researchers from Greece, India, Chile, Italy, Canada and the UK; and a second, 'Data Centres and the Governance of Labour and Territory' with partner researchers from China, Singapore, Italy, the UK and Germany. His publications include Free trade in the Bermuda Triangle … and other tales of counter-globalization (University of Minnesota Press, 2004), Border as method, or the multiplication of labor (with Sandro Mezzadra, Duke University Press, 2013) and more.
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