The Geneva Men: A Book Review of Globalists by Quinn Slobodian

  • Abram Johannes Frederick Lutes University of New Brunswick
Keywords: neoliberalism, capitalism, globalism, sovereignty, democracy, empire

Abstract

A book review of Quinn Slobodian's Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism (Harvard University Press, 2017). Slobodian examines the commensurate concepts of neoliberalism and globalism, in particular their relation to capitalism, democracy, and sovereignty.

Author Biography

Abram Johannes Frederick Lutes, University of New Brunswick
Abram Johannes Frederick Lutes is a student pursuing a Bachelors of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in Anthropology and International Development Studies with intention to pursue a Masters of Arts in Political Economy. His academic interests include the political economy of imperialism, anti-systemic social movements, Latin America studies, and culture under neoliberalism. He writes on theory and current affairs from an anti-imperialist perspective at https://www.peripheralthought.blog/
Published
2018-07-26
Section
Book Reviews