Contributions in De Correspondent
Contributions by Willem Schinkel as guest correspondent Politicisation of De Correspondent
Article in De Correspondent
Capitalism causes pandemics. Large-scale deforestation and intensive agriculture create the ideal conditions for viruses to spread with lightning speed. Yet hardly anyone asks fundamental questions about this. Sociologist Willem Schinkel does so in this article.
Interview in De Correspondent
Willem Schinkel on fascism in conversation with Lex Bohlmeijer (De Correspondent – Goede gesprekken).
You can listen to the interview on Spotify via this link
Book: Theory of the bead Capital - Race - Fascism
The modern liberal order is a disaster of historical proportions, argue Willem Schinkel and Rogier van Reekum in this book. Liberalism facilitates the renewed rise of fascism. The left has nothing to expect from liberal politics, from social democracy or from criticism of 'identity politics'.
Article in Discover Society
Article by Willem Schinkel and Stefano Harney, entitled: Welfare, Improvement, Reparations.
Discussion in Buitenhof about the Anthropocene: a new era
Man's collective impact on the Earth is so great that we have become a catastrophic geological force. What does this impact of humans on the earth mean? A conversation with Jason Moore and Willem Schinkel.
Article in One World
Article by Rogier van Reekum, titled: Ecological politics means nothing without anti-racism
Article for One World
Article by Rogier van Reekum, titled: A train of thought like block is never far away
Video for Erasmus University Rotterdam
Video about the future of women and how university lecturer Jess Bier chooses to challenge injustice
Article for The Wire
Jess Bier on how Israeli population cartography incorporated Palestinians by erasing them.
Compositions Book Club podcast
A KNAW-funded podcast to be put online next year
Organisation of events by Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge