Editorial: Common Notions

ISBN: 9781942173021

224 págs.

Año: 2016

Formato: Rústica

Idioma: English

Wages for Students

Wages for Students - Sueldo para estudiantes - Des salaires pours les étudiants

Wages for Students was published anonymously by three activists in the fall of 1975. It was written as “a pamphlet in the form of a blue book” by activists linked to the journal Zerowork during student strikes in Massachusetts and New York.

Deeply influenced by the Wages for Housework Campaign’s analysis of capitalism, and relating to struggles such as Black Power, anticolonial resistance, and the antiwar movements, the authors fought against the role of universities as conceived by capital and its state. The pamphlet debates the strategies of the student movement at the time and denounces the regime of forced unpaid work imposed every day upon millions of students. Wages for Students was an affront to and a campaign against the neoliberalization of the university, at a time when this process was just beginning. Forty years later, the highly profitable business of education not only continues to exploit the unpaid labor of students, but now also makes them pay for it. Today, when the student debt situation has us all up to our necks, and when students around the world are refusing to continue this collaborationism, we again make this booklet available “for education against education.”

This new trilingual edition includes an introduction by George Caffentzis, Monty Neill, and John Willshire-Carrera alongside a transcript of a collective discussion organized by Jakob Jakobsen, Malav Kanuga, Ayreen Anastas, and Rene Gabri, following a public reading of the pamphlet by George Caffentzis, Silvia Federici, Cooper Union students, and other members and friends of 16 Beaver.

Wages for Students was anonymously authored and published in the fall of 1975 by George Caffentzis, Monty Neill, and John Willshire-Carrera, three activists associated with the journal Zerowork and later with the Midnight Notes Collective. This trilingual edition includes an introduction by the original authors and is edited by Jakob Jakobsen, María Berríos, and Malav Kanuga.

Collective Spanish translation: Catalina Valdés, Carlos Labbé, Mónica Ríos, Romina Pistacchio, Constanza Ceresa, Javier Osorio, Catalina Donoso. Special thanks to Carolina Alonso Bejarano for editorial assistance and Edison Pérez for Spanish proofreading.

Collective French translation: Alponse Girard, Frédéric Racine, and Paulin Dardel of Éditions de l’Asymétrie. Special thanks to Adrien Tournier of Éditions Entremonde and Gabrielle Gérin for editorial assistance.

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George Caffentzis (Nueva York, 1945) es filósofo, profesor y militante. Su área de interés como académico es la Filosofía del dinero y la Filosofía de la Ciencia y la Tecnología. Como militante, siendo todavía estudiante, participó del Movimiento por los derechos civiles y de las protestas contra la Guerra de Vietnam. Junto a su compañera Silvia Federici, Peter Linebaugh y otros compañeros, fundó Midnight Notes Collective, con quienes escribió y publicó gran parte de su obra de investigación política. En los ochenta siendo profesor en Nigeria, fue coordinador del Committee for Academic Freedom in Africa (CAFA). Durante treinta años fue profesor de filosofía en la University of Southern Maine. Entre sus libros se destacan Clipped Coins, Abused Words and Civil Government: John Locke?s Philosophy of Money (1989); Exciting the Industry of Mankind: George Berkeley?s Philosophy of Money (2000); Auroras of the Zapatistas: Local and Global Struggles in the Fourth World War (2001); No Blood For Oil! Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War (2017); Los límites del capital. Deuda, moneda y lucha de clases (Tinta Limón, 2018).
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Jakob Jakobsen, María Berríos, and Malav Kanuga (editors)

Wages for Students

Wages for Students - Sueldo para estudiantes - Des salaires pours les étudiants

13,95

Wages for Students was published anonymously by three activists in the fall of 1975. It was written as “a pamphlet in the form of a blue book” by activists linked to the journal Zerowork during student strikes in Massachusetts and New York.

Deeply influenced by the Wages for Housework Campaign’s analysis of capitalism, and relating to struggles such as Black Power, anticolonial resistance, and the antiwar movements, the authors fought against the role of universities as conceived by capital and its state. The pamphlet debates the strategies of the student movement at the time and denounces the regime of forced unpaid work imposed every day upon millions of students. Wages for Students was an affront to and a campaign against the neoliberalization of the university, at a time when this process was just beginning. Forty years later, the highly profitable business of education not only continues to exploit the unpaid labor of students, but now also makes them pay for it. Today, when the student debt situation has us all up to our necks, and when students around the world are refusing to continue this collaborationism, we again make this booklet available “for education against education.”

This new trilingual edition includes an introduction by George Caffentzis, Monty Neill, and John Willshire-Carrera alongside a transcript of a collective discussion organized by Jakob Jakobsen, Malav Kanuga, Ayreen Anastas, and Rene Gabri, following a public reading of the pamphlet by George Caffentzis, Silvia Federici, Cooper Union students, and other members and friends of 16 Beaver.

Wages for Students was anonymously authored and published in the fall of 1975 by George Caffentzis, Monty Neill, and John Willshire-Carrera, three activists associated with the journal Zerowork and later with the Midnight Notes Collective. This trilingual edition includes an introduction by the original authors and is edited by Jakob Jakobsen, María Berríos, and Malav Kanuga.

Collective Spanish translation: Catalina Valdés, Carlos Labbé, Mónica Ríos, Romina Pistacchio, Constanza Ceresa, Javier Osorio, Catalina Donoso. Special thanks to Carolina Alonso Bejarano for editorial assistance and Edison Pérez for Spanish proofreading.

Collective French translation: Alponse Girard, Frédéric Racine, and Paulin Dardel of Éditions de l’Asymétrie. Special thanks to Adrien Tournier of Éditions Entremonde and Gabrielle Gérin for editorial assistance.

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Editorial: Common Notions

ISBN: 9781942173021

224 págs.

Año: 2016

Formato: Rústica

Idioma: English

George Caffentzis (Nueva York, 1945) es filósofo, profesor y militante. Su área de interés como académico es la Filosofía del dinero y la Filosofía de la Ciencia y la Tecnología. Como militante, siendo todavía estudiante, participó del Movimiento por los derechos civiles y de las protestas contra la Guerra de Vietnam. Junto a su compañera Silvia Federici, Peter Linebaugh y otros compañeros, fundó Midnight Notes Collective, con quienes escribió y publicó gran parte de su obra de investigación política. En los ochenta siendo profesor en Nigeria, fue coordinador del Committee for Academic Freedom in Africa (CAFA). Durante treinta años fue profesor de filosofía en la University of Southern Maine. Entre sus libros se destacan Clipped Coins, Abused Words and Civil Government: John Locke?s Philosophy of Money (1989); Exciting the Industry of Mankind: George Berkeley?s Philosophy of Money (2000); Auroras of the Zapatistas: Local and Global Struggles in the Fourth World War (2001); No Blood For Oil! Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War (2017); Los límites del capital. Deuda, moneda y lucha de clases (Tinta Limón, 2018).
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Jakob Jakobsen, María Berríos, and Malav Kanuga (editors)