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Back in print: Trying to Make the Personal Political: Feminism and Consciousness-Raising

We are excited to share the fourth printing of Trying to Make the Personal Political: Feminism and Consciousness-Raising, by Women's Action Alliance, Lori Sharpe, Jane Ginsburg and Gail Gordon, Mariame Kaba, and Jacqui Shine.

Lise Skou and Bonnie Fortune, the co-editors of the series Your Money or Your Life: Feminist Perspectives on Economy #1-4, recently provided us with more copies of all four of the publications in this series. If you missed getting them before, now is your opportunity.

Frédéric Herbin had our Art Work newspaper translated into French for an exhibition he organized, at the École nationale supérieure d'art de Bourges, about artists, their work and economic conditions. You can download a free copy of the publication from our store.

Projecto Ocupação, a group based in Porto, Portugal, invited Temporary Services to share our work at the Teatro Rivoli in the context of their efforts to create a public discussion around the poor economic conditions for artists in Portugal. Brett will be there on our behalf to lead a workshop on June 27, titled Art Work: A Conversation about Art, Labor and Economics in Porto, to discuss the precarious conditions for artists and to take collective action.

If you are in Berlin on June 15, stop by Books People Places, Crellestraße 26, Berlin-Schöneberg. Florian Wüst, from the publishing/activist group Berliner Hefte (The Berlin Journals) talks with Brett about Temporary Services’ recent projects around independent publishing. Berliner Hefte included us in an ambitious exhibition in 2015 titled Drucken Heften Laden—focused on independent publishing—where we presented Publishing In The Realm of Plant Fibers and Electrons.

We continue to offer free shipping in the US for orders over $15. Due to travel, no mail orders will be shipped between June 7-15. 

Thanks for reading this and for supporting the work we do.

—Brett & Marc
Trying to Make the Personal Political: Feminism and Consciousness-Raising
Trying to Make the Personal Political: Feminism and Consciousness-Raising
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Trying to Make the Personal Political: Feminism and Consciousness-Raising [PDF]
Trying to Make the Personal Political: Feminism and Consciousness-Raising [PDF]
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BACK IN STOCK:

These four booklets explore creative responses to the oppressions of the dominant economic paradigm. Katherine Gibson, political economist and feminist geographer based at the University of Western Sydney, describes different ways to understand and visualize the economy from a large and crumbling machine, to a floating iceberg (Book #1). Kathi Weeks, Women’s Studies professor at Duke University, asks what a guaranteed basic income might mean for waged work (Book #2). Kathrin Böhm, London-based artist and founding member of the collaborative Myvillages, documents her ongoing project Company: Movements, Deals, and Drinks (Book #3). Artist and trader, Kate Rich, presents her ongoing project Feral Trade, "a grocery business, art endeavour, and long range economic experiment trading goods over social networks and outside commercial systems" (Book #4).
Economic Meltdown, or What an Iceberg can tell us about the economy
Economic Meltdown, or What an Iceberg can tell us about the economy
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Trade as Public Realm / Economy as Public Space
Trade as Public Realm / Economy as Public Space
$5.00
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The Ecology of Supply
The Ecology of Supply
$5.00
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The Problems with Work
The Problems with Work
$5.00
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It's the Political Economy, Stupid
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House of Economy
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Haymarket 1886 : 2011
Haymarket 1886 : 2011
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Hidden Economies: A Seminar On Economic Possibility [PDF]
Hidden Economies: A Seminar On Economic Possibility [PDF]
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M/ntor: a zine about female role models
M/ntor: a zine about female role models
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Art Work: A National Conversation About Art, Labor, & Economics [PDF]
Art Work: A National Conversation About Art, Labor, & Economics [PDF]
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