Croatian edition of Cowen’s book The Deadly Life of Logistics (photo: Marin Jukić)
NEW: Unfortunately, due to technical issues caused by the storm in Toronto, we had to postpone the talk for some other time
In her book The Deadly Life of Logistics: Mapping Violence in Global Trade, recently published in Croatian translation by Drugo more and Jesenski&Turk, Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto – Deborah Cowen – traces the art and science of logistics over the past sixty years, demonstrating that logistics is far from the common view of commodity supply.
Logistics is shaping not only our consumption, but also our working place, urban environment, political relations and many other aspects of life. In our talk with Deborah Cowen, we will concentrate on several topics covered in her book, which are extremely important in a current economical and political situation and, of course, for our local audience living in “major port in Croatia”.
We will talk about security of supply chain and implementation of surveillance technologies in logistics corridors and gates, reduction of worker’s rights, organization of urban spaces according to the needs of logistics and adaptations of national and international laws in favor of the circulation of goods and capital.