‘After Work: What is to be Done When Work Disappears?’

Date / Time

October 30, 2013

2:00 pm

James Livingston, professor of history, Rutgers University, examines the question: What happens when work disappears as a psychological construction site and as the crucial moment in the labor market, where both characters and incomes get produced and distributed? Commentator is Leon Fink, UIC professor of history.

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