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15th December 2017

15th December 2017

Marx and Philosophy Review of Books

New reviews and an updated list of books for review recently published online in the Marx and Philosophy Review of Books

15th December 2017

New from Brill's Historical Materialism series: Art History as Social Praxis

Art History as Social Praxis: The Collected Writings of David Craven

David Craven
Edited by Brian Winkenweder

13th December 2017

New from Brill's Historical Materialism series: Responses to Marx's Capital

Responses to Marx's Capital:  From Rudolf Hilferding to Isaak Illich Rubin

Edited by Richard B. Day and Daniel F. Gaido

13th December 2017

Carlo Vercellone on The Common as a Mode of Production - Queen Mary University of London, 14 December

 Carlo Vercellone presents The Common as a Mode of Production. Towards a critique of the political economy of common goods.

     Hosted by the Research Centre on Labour and Global Production
     Thursday 14 December, 4-6pm, City Centre Seminar Room, 2nd Floor, The
     Bancroft Building (31 on the map), Queen Mary University of London E1 4NS

13th December 2017

The German Revolution and the Radical Democratic Imaginary

CFP: The German Revolution and the Radical Democratic Imaginary

Workshop on the German Revolution and the Radical Democratic Imaginary

The University of Exeter

24 May 2018

Deadline: 26 January 2018

10th December 2017

The Japanese Political Economy

Call for papers

The Japanese Political Economy has now been rejuvenated and renewed with a new Editor, new Co-editors and new international Editorial Board. It continues Japanese Economic Studies; a leading journal published continuously since 1972. From 1997 to 2013, the journal was known as Japanese Economy.

10th December 2017

New from Polity: The Struggle for Development by Benjamin Selwyn

The Struggle for Development

    Benjamin Selwyn       

    The world economy is expanding rapidly despite chronic economic crises. Yet the majority of the world's population live in poverty. Why are wealth and poverty two sides of the coin of capitalist development? What can be done to overcome this destructive dynamic?

8th December 2017

The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art, by Nizan Shaked

Out now: The Synthetic Proposition: Conceptualism and the Political Referent in Contemporary Art, by Nizan Shaked, published by Manchester University Press

http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781784992767/

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8th December 2017

Neoliberalism, Social Oppression and Class Relations - London, 25 January

Neoliberalism, Social Oppression and Class Relations