This research seminar invites students to reflect on practices of political economy from a bottom-up perspective. It introduces interdisciplinary literature that approach political-economic practices as everyday enactments. Drawing on theories of the everyday we seek to problematise classical concepts of political economy, such as labor, markets, and values. The class provides room for students to pursue an independent research project. It offers guidance to formulating a topic, executing the research, and writing a paper. Students also will gain presentation skills as they introduce their paper proposals to the class.