Julie Graham, Stephen Healy, Ken Byrne
Published: May 2002

Outlines the Rethinking Economy action research project in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts, highlighting the role of academy-community partnerships in constructing community economies.

J.K. Gibson-Graham
Published: January 2002

Offers a counter to the common denigration of local economic politics 'in the face of globalization'.

Katherine Gibson
Published: March 2002

How women's activism in the Philippines, China and Papua New Guinea is helping build and strengthen community economies.

Community Economies Collective
Published: March 2001

Outlines the 'politics of becoming' associated with desiring and building communal economies.

Kevin St. Martin
Published: January 2001

This article draws on field research in New England to challenge conventional individualized accounts of fishery dynamics and develop a representation of fisheries as diverse sites of community organization and cooperative management of common property. This is a "re-mapping," both literal and figurative, of the landscapes of fishery practice as a strategy to open more possibilities for communal resource management.

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J.K Gibson-Graham, Stephen Resnick, Richard Wolff (Eds)
Published: March 2001

Re/presenting Class is a collection of essays that develops a poststructuralist Marxian conception of class in order to theorize the complex contemporary economic terrain. Both building upon and reconsidering a tradition that Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff—two of this volume’s editors—began in the late 1980s with their groundbreaking work Knowledge and Class, contributors aim to correct previous research that has largely failed to place class as a central theme in economic analysis. Suggesting the possibility of a new politics of the economy, the collection as a whole focuses on the diversity and contingency of economic relations and processes.

Katherine Gibson, Jenny Cameron
Published: May 2001

A review of Australian research and policy interventions aimed at communities and regions from the perspective of the Community Economies Project.

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J.K Gibson-Graham, Stephen A. Resnick, Richard D. Wolff (Eds)
Published: September 2000

The authors offer new and compelling ways to look at class through examinations of such topics as sex work, the experiences of African American women as domestic laborers, and blue- and white-collar workers. Their work acknowledges that individuals may participate in various class relations at one moment or over time and that class identities are multiple and changing. Taken together, the essays in this book will prompt a rethinking of class and class subjectivity that will expand social theory.

Contributors: Enid Arvidson, Jenny Cameron, Harriet Fraad, Janet Hotch, Susan Jahoda, Amitava Kumar, Cecilia Marie Rio, Jacquelyn Southern, Marjolein van der Veen.

Jenny Cameron
Published: September 2000

Explores some of the limits of measuring and monitoring social capital.

Katherine Gibson, Jenny Cameron, Arthur Veno
Published: January 1999

How two communities in regional Victoria, Australia are beginning to rethink their relationship to processes of economic restructuring.

Katherine Gibson
Published: August 1999

Script of a presentation about the contradictory politics of "community" and how this website might help to redefine mainstream understandings of both community and economy.

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J.K Gibson-Graham
Published: January 1996

In the mid-1990s, at the height of discussion about the inevitability of capitalist globalization, J. K. Gibson-Graham presented a groundbreaking argument for envisioning alternative economies. This new edition includes an introduction in which the authors address critical responses to The End of Capitalism and outline the economic research and activism they have been engaged in since the book was first published.