Apply David Mcnally’s analysis of the relationship between debt, discipline, and dispossession to the film The End of Poverty.
Answer the following questions:
Due in 15 hrs
1) In what ways do you see the themes of debt, discipline and dispossession appear in the film in a global context? Give concrete examples of the film
2) How do race and class relate in the context of the IMF and world bank’s debt-based development regimes?
Pick up on EITHER question 1 or 2 and write a one paragraph analysis applying Mcnally’s reading and the interview with Professor Thornton to any of the themes and narratives covered in the documentary.