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  • Antonio Callari

    The Sigmund M. and Mary B. Hyman Professor of Economics and Director, Local Economy Center, Chair of Economics Department
    717-291-3947
    Office: STA328

    Education

    B.A., City College of New York
    M.A., University of Massachusetts
    Ph.D. University of Massachusetts 1979

    Research Interests

    Callari's specialization and interests:
    History of economics, methodology, community economics.

    Publications

    Recently:

    Forthcoming “Socialism, Community, and Democracy: A Postmodern Marxian Vision of (Post-) Capitalism” in Rob Garnett and John Harvey (eds) Heterodox Economics, University of Michigan Press.

    Forthcoming “A Comment on Warren Montag's 'Althusser,'” Verso, 2002, Rethinking Marxism.

    2004 “Economics and the Postcolonial Other,” in E. Zein-Elabdin and S. Charusheela (eds) Postcolonialism Meets Economics, pp. 113-129, London: Routledge.

    Presentations

    Recently:

    2004 “The Economy of a Scandal and the Scandal of Economics,” Faculty Inaugural Lecture, F&M, April.

    2004 “The Economists' Erasure of Mother Nature: A Critical Reflection on the Power of a Discipline,” presented at the Central Pennsylvania Consortium Women and Gender Studies annual conference, F&M, April.

    Course Information

    CCS 126 Cities: Wells and Walls of Community
    ECO 130 Marxian Political Economy
    ECO 161 Film and Economics
    ECO 205 Intermediate Microeconomics
    ECO 207 Controversies in Economic Theory
    ECO 248 History of Economic Thought
    ECO 430 Researching the Local Economy