Audio of February 8, 2018 talk with Sandro Mezzadra at the University of Michigan. Coordinated by the marxisms collective.
Revolutionary Longings: The Russian Revolution and the World, 1917-1929
Commencing on the 100th anniversary of the inception of Russia’s “February Revolution,” this conference will set the February and October revolutions of 1917 in the larger context of their global reverberations. Presentations and discussions will focus on the early Soviet experience, revolutionary insurgencies elsewhere in the world (and the reactions they encountered), and the historical impact of that period’s visions of a socialist future.
When: From Wednedsay March 8 to March 11.
Where: University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
Read more here.
marxisms events for Winter 2017 —
February 21. Alvaro Reyes on the Zapatistas‘ Critical Thought in the Face of the Capitalist Hydra.
March 23. Gary Wilder, Black Radical tradition and Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World.
April 6. Gavin Arnall, Translating Universality: Marxism in Latin America and the Caribbean.
April 20. Student workshop.
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