Susana Narotzky Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Barcelona, Spain Susana Narotzky is Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Barcelona, Spain. She was awarded a European Research Council Advanced Grant to study the effects of austerity on Southern European livelihoods (Grassroots Economics [GRECO]). Her work is inspired by theories of critical political economy, moral economies, feminist economics, and value regimes. She has been a member of the Advisory Council of the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research (New York), President of the European Association of Social Anthropology (EASA) and has served as Secretary of the American Anthropological Association. Recent writing addresses the themes of making a living in futures without employment, political mobilization, social reproduction, and class. Her most recent publications include “Austerity lives in Southern Europe: Experience, knowledge, evidence and social facts”, in Jillian Cavanaugh & Karen Ho (eds.) Vital Topics Forum: What happened to social facts? American Anthropologist, 2019; “Rethinking the concept of labour”, JRAI, 2018; “On Waging the Ideological War: Against the Hegemony of Form” Anthropological Theory, 2016; and “Between inequality and injustice: dignity as a motive for mobilization during the crisis” History and Anthropology, 2016.