University of the Phoenix Economic Self-Defense Tour 2018

Tour 2018

Help make our 2018 Radical Economic Self-Defense tour of the Mid-West and North-East a reality! What we’re doing This January and February we at the University of the Phoenix (Cassie Thornton and Max Haiven) are organizing a tour of the US Midwest and North-East to pilot our new Radical Economic Self-Defense course! This free program […]

University of the Phoenix Sprit Board

2016 in Review at the University of the Phoneix

Year in Review 2016 has been a phenomenal year for the University of the Phoenix, the first and only for-prophet institution that teaches the dead and the not-yet-dead to rise up, together, to avenge the crimes and cruelties of global capitalism. Providing radical financial literacy education and revenge consultancy services, the University is a unique […]

Join us for the Eulogy for Excellence Convocation Dinner (Amsterdam, December 1)

On the evening of December 1, 2016 the living (not-yet-dead) participants of Moneylab III and their guests are invited to a very special event: the first convocation celebration hosted by the University of the Phoenix, the top-ranked nomadic for-prophet business school dedicated to training the dead and the not-yet-dead to rise up together. The University, […]

The Debts of the US Empire, Real and Imagined (ROAR #3)

ROAR Magazine has published, in its third print issue and online,  a feature-length meditation on debt of the American Empire by University of the Phoenix staff Max Haiven and Cassie Thornton . Read more here:

El Cubo Blanco

During the summer of 2016 the University of the Phoenix sent faculty to Puerto Rico, an island nation colonized since 1898 by the United States. Thanks to the legacies and realities of this external control, the Puerto Rican economy is today in protracted recession and its government owes over $76-billion in debt, largely to Wall […]

On Exiting Capitalism (Dancehouse Diary)

The following dialogue was published in Issue #9 (The Money Issue) of the Dancehouse Diary of Melbourne, Australia in the Spring of 2016 and can be found here: CT: Where does crowdfunding sit for you? Is there any potential at all for activating the public through financial support? Is there any possibility of using it […]