Mute Vol. 2 No. 0: Precarious Reader

Mute Vol. 2 No. 0: Precarious Reader
Author: -
Publisher: Mute Publishing
Language: English
Pages: 104
Size: 22.4 x 15.2 x 1.3 cm
Weight: 550 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: 9780955066405
Price: €7.00
Product Description

This inaugural issue of Mute's Volume 2 series is a Reader that collects together texts on precariousness that first appeared in Mute Volume 1 issues 29 (January 2005) and 28 (August 2004) with writing on the politics of precarity from a number of other sources. The intention is to present a selection of texts in one small volume which address the problems and potentials of the concept of precarious labour. This Reader reflects something of the current discussion and debate around social precariousness, precarious work, precarious life, and the struggles against this condition.

Cheap Chinese
By John Barker
The Insecurity Lasts a Long Time
By Anthony Iles
Precarious Straits
By Marina Vishmidt
Precarity and n/european Identity: (an interview with Alex Foti (ChainWorkers))
By by Merijn Oudenampsen and Gavin Sullivan
Is Precarity Enough?
By Kidd McKarthy
Marx and Makhno Meet McDonald's
By Loren Goldner
Disobbedienti, Ciao
By Hydrarchist
Wages for Anyone Is Bad for Business
By Laura Sullivan
Call to Arms
By Mute Editor