Wages for Pain: On Work, Damage and Drudgery Under Capitalism

Anthropologist Aaron Neiman connects worker pain to the pre-existing conditions of labor under capitalism – as work vanishes under the looming spectre of mass automation, work-induced injury remains an individualized, moralized phenomenon not adjacent to the demands of capital, but at its very center.

Aaron wrote the essay A Pain in the Back for The New Inquiry

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