Neoliberal Risk Management and Challenges of the Anthropocene Epoch in the Optics of English-Language Cultur Studies
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Neoliberal Risk Management and Challenges of the Anthropocene Epoch in the Optics of English-Language Cultur Studies
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Olga Vorobieva 
Affiliation:
Institute of World History RAS
Russian State University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Fedor Nicolai
Affiliation:
K. Minin Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University
Russian State University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Nizhny Novgorod; Moscow
Abstract

The article represents a brief overview of current discussions about social and cultural threats and the crisis of the neoliberal risk management model in English-language culture studies. The article deals with the relationship of polemics about environmental threats, contradictions between the neoliberal model of management and the politics of time in the society of late capitalism. The central point of these discussions is the problem of overlapping different temporal regimes or criticism of the neoliberal model of synchronization. The search for strategies to overcome the ongoing social and cultural crisis involves revising the boundaries between the cultural and socio-political spheres. Besides, the emphasis from the discursive level is transferred to the network interconnections of affects, everyday practices and macro-politics.

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neoliberalism, risk society, environmental threats, politics of time, culture studies
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26.10.2020
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31.12.2020
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