"Neoliberalism at the Neopopulist Crossroads" is a cross-disciplinary, collaborative inquiry that re-examines prevailing theories of neoliberalism’s intellectual histories, political imaginations and cultural practices in light of the recent turn toward right-wing populisms around the world.

The seminar is organized around seven themes that offer a vantage point on the neoliberal/populist articulation: genealogies, media, borders, race, subjectivity, religion, and art. These vantage points are applied to three global border zones: North and Latin America, Europe and North Africa/Middle East, India and greater South Asia.

This Sawyer Seminar is generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.