Kate McNaughton was born and raised in Paris by British parents. She was schooled in the French system, then studied literature at the University of Cambridge (English BA; European Literature MPhil). She has put her cultural schizophrenia to good use by working as a freelance translator since 2006, in varying combinations of English, French, German and Italian. She is also a filmmaker.
This text is a commentary on the article by Geoffrey Hodgson entitled “Conceptualizing Capitalism: How the Misuse of Key Concepts Impedes our Understanding of Modern Economies”, which was published on 7 May 2015 in Books and Ideas.
About: Ingrid Nyström, Patricia Vendramin, Le boycott, Paris, Presses de SciencesPo.
About: Valérie Igounet, Le Front national de 1972 à nos jours. Le parti, les hommes, les idées, Paris, Seuil, 2014.
About : Laurent Bove, Albert Camus. De la transfiguration – Pour une expérimentation vitale de l’immanence, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2014.
About: James C. Scott, The Art of Not Being Governed. An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia, Yale University Press
About : Saul Friedländer, The Years of Extermination. Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2007.
About: Timothy Snyder, Bloodlands, Basic Books
Recensé : Fred Block & Margaret Somers, The Power of Market Fundamentalism : Karl Polanyi’s Critique, Harvard University Press.