230.150.01, Fall 2021

Agarwala, Rina, Fall 2021
Eisenhower Reserves
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Erik Olin Wright. 2019

Wright, Erik Olin,

What is wrong with capitalism, and how can we change it? Capitalism has transformed the world and increased our productivity, but at the cost of enormous human suffering. Our shared values--equality and fairness, democracy and freedom, community and solidarity--can provide both…

Up the Yangtze Video/Film , DVD in English , Chinese , Sichuan Yi

Eyesteelfilm presents ; in co-production with the National Film Board of Canada ;… 2008.

A "farewell cruise" takes a luxury ship up the vast Yangtze River shortly before completion of the massive Three Gorges Dam. The passengers glimpse a rapidly changing countryside, while the local people struggle to adapt as their lives are irrevocably altered.


Mardi Gras made in China Video/Film , DVD in English

the Calle y Media collective presents a Carnivalesque production ; directed, produced… 2006.

A documentary that explores the production, consumption, and disposal of Mardi Gras beads. Filmed on location in Fuzhou, China and New Orleans, Louisiana, the film follows "The Bead Trail" backwards from the bacchanalia at Mardi Gras to the factories in Fuzhou where the beads are…

Life and debt Video/Film , DVD in English

a Tuff Gong Pictures Production a film by Stephanie Black ; producer, Stephanie Black ;… 2003.

Jamaica became an independent country from Great Britain in 1962. It is the land of sea, sand and sun ... but it is also a prime example of the complexities of economic globalization on the world's developing countries. Effectively portrays the relationship between Jamaican…

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