19th October 2020

Historical Materialism Online 2020

As an alternative to the annual London Conference, the Historical Materialism Editorial Board has curated a small number of panels to maintain conversations and give comrades intellectual nourishment between the 5th and the 15th November. 

2nd September 2020

Call For Papers: Race and Capital Special Issue ** Deadline for abstracts extended to September 21st**

Over the past decade racism, racialisation, empire and solidarity have re-emerged as some of the most central and contested issues to contemporary political struggles. The political right has mainstreamed and instrumentalised explicit and implicit forms of racism to reach the halls of power.

6th August 2020

Remembering John Weeks

By Ben Fine and Alfredo Saad Filho

A leading critic of economic orthodoxy who dedicated his life to building a better world.

John Weeks, Emeritus Professor of Economics at the School or Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), has died aged 79 from leukaemia.

28th July 2020

Call For Papers: Race and Capital Special Issue

Over the past decade racism, racialisation, empire and solidarity have re-emerged as some of the most central and contested issues to contemporary political struggles. The political right has mainstreamed and instrumentalised explicit and implicit forms of racism to reach the halls of power.

4th November 2019

2nd November 2019

Historical Materialism 2019 begins next THURSDAY: 3 days left to register

Historical Materialism 2019 begins on THURSDAY, you have only a three days left to register in advance (registrations close on Tuesday).

Register now online at:

http://www.historicalmaterialism.org/articles/sixteenth-annual-conference

 

29th July 2019

29th July 2019

New from Brill's Historical Materialism series: U.S. Trotskyism 1928-1965. Part III: Resurgence

U.S. Trotskyism 1928-1965. Part III: Resurgence

Uneven and Combined Development. Dissident Marxism in the United States: Volume 4

Editors: Paul Le Blanc and Bryan D. Palmer

29th July 2019

Conflict and Contradictions - Denmark, 4-5 October

The Danish Society for Marxist Studies invites you to our annual conference. This year's theme is "Power – Conflict and Contradictions" and the keynotes will be given by Marius S. Ostrowski (Oxford University) and Sara R. Farris (Goldsmiths, University of London). The conference will take place on the 4-5 October at the Danish School of Education (DPU) in Emdrup, Copenhagen.