Stefano Harney

Honorary Professor

About

Stefano Harney is author with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study (2013) and All Incomplete (2020) both published by Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.  He has taught widely in South East Asia, North America, and Europe.  He works in a number of collectives including Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective, freethought, School for Study, Ground Provisions, and the Anti-Colonial Machine.


Publications

Selected Publications

 

Journal articles and editorials

Harney, Stefano (2020) Meritocracy in Singapore, Educational Philosophy and Theory (online 28 May 2020).

Harney, Stefano Matteo Mandarini, and Gerard Hanlon (2019) Periphery and Centre in Comparative Perspective: Opportunities for Accounting Praxis. Critical Perspectives on Accounting (online 6 May 2020).

Harney, Stefano et al. (2020) ‘Music and Economic Planning’ South Atlantic Quarterly. 119 (1)

Hanlon, Gerard and Stefano Harney (2019) Standardisation, Disequilibrium, and Crisis: The division of labour and financialisation Human Relations (online 25 November 2019).

Harney, Stefano, Niccolo Cuppini & Mattia Frapporti (2018) ‘Logistics Genealogies’ Social Text, 36 (3) 95-110.

 

Books

Harney, S. & Thomas, H. (2020) The Liberal Arts and Management Education: a global agenda for curricular change, Cambridge University Press.

Harney, S. & Moten, F. (2020) All Incomplete, Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.

Harney, S & Moten, F. The Undercommons: fugitive planning and black study, Minor Compositions/Autonomedia. (2013)

Harney, S. (2002) State Work: Public Administration and Mass Intellectuality Durham: Duke University Press. Review in American Journal of Sociology: http://repository.brynmawr.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1018&context=gsswr_ pubs

Harney, S. (1996) Nationalism and Identity: Culture and the Imagination in a Caribbean Diaspora London and Mona, Jamaica: Zed Books and the University of the West Indies Press.

 

Book chapters

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2019) ‘Habits of Assembly’ in Susan Zieger, ed., Assembly Codes: The Logistics of Media, Durham: Duke University Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘A Total Education’ in Paul O’Neill, Lucy Steeds and Mick Wilson, editors, How Institutions Think: Between Contemporary Art and Curatorial Discourse. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘Indent: to serve the debt’ in Public Servants: Art and the Crisis of the Public Good, Johanna Burton et al. editors, Cambridge: M.I.T. Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘Use and Usufruct’ in The Futures of Black Radicalism, editor by Gaye Theresa Thompson & Alex Lubin, New York: Verso.

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2014) ‘Al-Kharridim, or Savoir-Faire is Everywhere’ in What, How and for Whom (eds.) Really Useful Knowledge, Madrid: Reina Sofia.


Additional Description

Stefano Harney is author with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study (2013) and All Incomplete (2020) both published by Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.  He has taught widely in South East Asia, North America, and Europe.  He works in a number of collectives including Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective, freethought, School for Study, Ground Provisions, and the Anti-Colonial Machine.


Stefano Harney

Honorary Professor
email

Stefano Harney is author with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study (2013) and All Incomplete (2020) both published by Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.  He has taught widely in South East Asia, North America, and Europe.  He works in a number of collectives including Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective, freethought, School for Study, Ground Provisions, and the Anti-Colonial Machine.

Selected Publications

 

Journal articles and editorials

Harney, Stefano (2020) Meritocracy in Singapore, Educational Philosophy and Theory (online 28 May 2020).

Harney, Stefano Matteo Mandarini, and Gerard Hanlon (2019) Periphery and Centre in Comparative Perspective: Opportunities for Accounting Praxis. Critical Perspectives on Accounting (online 6 May 2020).

Harney, Stefano et al. (2020) ‘Music and Economic Planning’ South Atlantic Quarterly. 119 (1)

Hanlon, Gerard and Stefano Harney (2019) Standardisation, Disequilibrium, and Crisis: The division of labour and financialisation Human Relations (online 25 November 2019).

Harney, Stefano, Niccolo Cuppini & Mattia Frapporti (2018) ‘Logistics Genealogies’ Social Text, 36 (3) 95-110.

 

Books

Harney, S. & Thomas, H. (2020) The Liberal Arts and Management Education: a global agenda for curricular change, Cambridge University Press.

Harney, S. & Moten, F. (2020) All Incomplete, Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.

Harney, S & Moten, F. The Undercommons: fugitive planning and black study, Minor Compositions/Autonomedia. (2013)

Harney, S. (2002) State Work: Public Administration and Mass Intellectuality Durham: Duke University Press. Review in American Journal of Sociology: http://repository.brynmawr.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1018&context=gsswr_ pubs

Harney, S. (1996) Nationalism and Identity: Culture and the Imagination in a Caribbean Diaspora London and Mona, Jamaica: Zed Books and the University of the West Indies Press.

 

Book chapters

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2019) ‘Habits of Assembly’ in Susan Zieger, ed., Assembly Codes: The Logistics of Media, Durham: Duke University Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘A Total Education’ in Paul O’Neill, Lucy Steeds and Mick Wilson, editors, How Institutions Think: Between Contemporary Art and Curatorial Discourse. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘Indent: to serve the debt’ in Public Servants: Art and the Crisis of the Public Good, Johanna Burton et al. editors, Cambridge: M.I.T. Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘Use and Usufruct’ in The Futures of Black Radicalism, editor by Gaye Theresa Thompson & Alex Lubin, New York: Verso.

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2014) ‘Al-Kharridim, or Savoir-Faire is Everywhere’ in What, How and for Whom (eds.) Really Useful Knowledge, Madrid: Reina Sofia.

Stefano Harney is author with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study (2013) and All Incomplete (2020) both published by Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.  He has taught widely in South East Asia, North America, and Europe.  He works in a number of collectives including Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective, freethought, School for Study, Ground Provisions, and the Anti-Colonial Machine.

Stefano Harney

Honorary Professor
email

Stefano Harney is author with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study (2013) and All Incomplete (2020) both published by Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.  He has taught widely in South East Asia, North America, and Europe.  He works in a number of collectives including Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective, freethought, School for Study, Ground Provisions, and the Anti-Colonial Machine.

Selected Publications

 

Journal articles and editorials

Harney, Stefano (2020) Meritocracy in Singapore, Educational Philosophy and Theory (online 28 May 2020).

Harney, Stefano Matteo Mandarini, and Gerard Hanlon (2019) Periphery and Centre in Comparative Perspective: Opportunities for Accounting Praxis. Critical Perspectives on Accounting (online 6 May 2020).

Harney, Stefano et al. (2020) ‘Music and Economic Planning’ South Atlantic Quarterly. 119 (1)

Hanlon, Gerard and Stefano Harney (2019) Standardisation, Disequilibrium, and Crisis: The division of labour and financialisation Human Relations (online 25 November 2019).

Harney, Stefano, Niccolo Cuppini & Mattia Frapporti (2018) ‘Logistics Genealogies’ Social Text, 36 (3) 95-110.

 

Books

Harney, S. & Thomas, H. (2020) The Liberal Arts and Management Education: a global agenda for curricular change, Cambridge University Press.

Harney, S. & Moten, F. (2020) All Incomplete, Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.

Harney, S & Moten, F. The Undercommons: fugitive planning and black study, Minor Compositions/Autonomedia. (2013)

Harney, S. (2002) State Work: Public Administration and Mass Intellectuality Durham: Duke University Press. Review in American Journal of Sociology: http://repository.brynmawr.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1018&context=gsswr_ pubs

Harney, S. (1996) Nationalism and Identity: Culture and the Imagination in a Caribbean Diaspora London and Mona, Jamaica: Zed Books and the University of the West Indies Press.

 

Book chapters

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2019) ‘Habits of Assembly’ in Susan Zieger, ed., Assembly Codes: The Logistics of Media, Durham: Duke University Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘A Total Education’ in Paul O’Neill, Lucy Steeds and Mick Wilson, editors, How Institutions Think: Between Contemporary Art and Curatorial Discourse. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘Indent: to serve the debt’ in Public Servants: Art and the Crisis of the Public Good, Johanna Burton et al. editors, Cambridge: M.I.T. Press

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2017) ‘Use and Usufruct’ in The Futures of Black Radicalism, editor by Gaye Theresa Thompson & Alex Lubin, New York: Verso.

Harney, Stefano and Fred Moten (2014) ‘Al-Kharridim, or Savoir-Faire is Everywhere’ in What, How and for Whom (eds.) Really Useful Knowledge, Madrid: Reina Sofia.

Stefano Harney is author with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study (2013) and All Incomplete (2020) both published by Minor Compositions/Autonomedia.  He has taught widely in South East Asia, North America, and Europe.  He works in a number of collectives including Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective, freethought, School for Study, Ground Provisions, and the Anti-Colonial Machine.