Money on the Left: History, Theory, Practice is a peer-reviewed, open access journal of scholarship in the humanities, arts, and social sciences. The journal places money’s public origins and capacities at the center of left inquiry and action. It cultivates interdisciplinary approaches to past and present, aesthetics and politics. And it advances intersectional forms of research and practice in service of a just transition from social and ecological devastation.
Money on the Left draws principally from Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and the constitutional theory of money, but welcomes complementary projects aiming to challenge monetary privacy and privation across socio-historical contexts. The journal invites explicit studies of money as well as investigations into how money indirectly organizes collectivities and environs. Above all, it seeks to displace the austere political and aesthetic forms of neoliberalism with capacious, equitable, and just alternatives.
Scott Ferguson, Associate Professor of Film & Media Studies at the University of South Florida
William Saas, Professor of Practice of Communication at Tulane University
Maxximilian Seijo, Doctoral Student of Comparative Literature at University California, Santa Barbara
Will Beaman, Associate Editor
Andrés Bernal, Associate Editor
Thomas Chaplin, Editorial Assistant
Vienne Chan, Artist
Crystal Boch Colombini, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric at Fordham University
Sandy Darity, Samuel DuBois Cook Distinguished Professor of Public Policy at Duke University
Jakob Feinig, Assistant Professor of Human Development at Binghamton University
Mathew Forstater, Professor of Economics at University of Missouri-Kansas City
David Freund, Associate Professor of History at University of Maryland, College Park
Rohan Grey, Assistant Professor of Law at Willamette University and President of the Modern Money Network (MMN)
John Haskell, Senior Lecturer in Law at University of Manchester
Colleen Hooper, Assistant Professor of Dance at Park Point University
Fadhel Kaboub, Associate Professor of Economics at Denison University
Michael LeVan, Founding editor and Editor-in-Chief of Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies
Martha McCluskey, Professor of Law at University of Buffalo
Julie Mell, Associate Professor of History at North Carolina State University
Jamee K. Moudud, Professor of Economics at Sarah Lawrence College
Frank Pasquale, Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School
Jesús Reséndiz, Economist
Erica Robles-Anderson, Associate Professor of Media Studies at New York University
David Stein, Assistant Professor of History at University of California, Santa Barbara
Ndongo Sylla, Development Economist at the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
Pavlina Tcherneva, Associate Professor of Economics at Bard College
Benjamin Wilson, Associate Professor of Economics at SUNY Cortland
Lua Kamal Yuille, Professor of Law at the University of Kansas
Money on the Left is a monthly, interdisciplinary podcast hosted by Ferguson, Saas, & Seijo that reclaims money’s public powers for imaginative intersectional politics.
Hosting critical conversations with leading historians, theorists, organizers, and activists, the show develops insights from Modern Monetary Theory and constitutional approaches to money to advance new forms of left thinking and practice.
Money on the Left is hosted by William Saas, Maxximilian Seijo and Scott Ferguson and presented in partnership with Monthly Review magazine.
Superstructure is a left MMT podcast & publishing vertical for critical theory, media culture & aesthetics that are committed to unconditional inclusion and intersectional politics. The show is hosted by Maxximilian Seijo (@maxseijo), Will Beaman (@agoingaccount) & Natalie Smith (@orangeasm), and frequently features guests.
Will Beaman, Editor and Producer
Natalie Smith, Associate “Queen Cannabis” Editor
Andrés Bernal, Associate Editor
William Saas, Maxximilian Seijo, Scott Ferguson, Contributing Editors
Medium Femme is a left MMT podcast that explores femme knowings and publics, which are typically repressed by conventional critical political economy and socialist politics. The show is hosted by Natalie Smith (@orangeasm) and Charlotte Tavan (@moltopopulare).
Maxximilian Seijo, Editor and Producer