News

2nd May 2019

IIRE Audio Recordings

Please note that you can access the audio archives of the IIRE here

2nd May 2019

28th April 2019

The Socialist Vision and the Silenced Voices of Democracy- New Perspective- Nikolai Bukharin

The Socialist Vision and the Silenced Voices of Democracy- New Perspective- Nikolai Bukharin by Prof Sobhanlal Datta Gupta

In Remembrance

80th year of Nikolai Bukharin's execution (1938-2018)

28th April 2019

Marx & Philosophy 2019 Annual Conference - London, 15 June

Marx & Philosophy Society 
2019 Annual Conference

The Legacy of Georg Lukács
 

Saturday 15 June 2019
9:30am-5:45pm
University College London Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way,
London WC1H 0AL
Room 728

 

Plenary speakers

28th April 2019

Early Marxism in Europe: Nikolay Ivanovich Sieber (1870s–1880s) - Paris, 22 May

Early Marxism in Europe: Nikolay Ivanovich Sieber (1870s–1880s)
An International Conference

22 May 2019

ESSCA - School of Management, Paris Campus
Building B, room B606

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PROGRAMME
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Session one. Chaired by Matthieu BALLANDONNE (ESSCA – School of Management) 
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28th April 2019

Internationale Blues: revolutionary pessimism and the politics of solidarity - London, 17 May

Internationale Blues: revolutionary pessimism and the politics of solidarity

Friday 17 May 2019 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Old Theatre, Old Building

In the context of Afro-pessimism, this lecture will imagine "the Internationale," that great song of international solidarity and revolution transcending the nation, as a blues.

24th April 2019

The Disintegration of Euro-Atlanticism and New Authoritarianism: Global Power-Shift

The Disintegration of Euro-Atlanticism and New Authoritarianism: Global Power-Shift

Vassilis K. Fouskas (UEL) & Bulent Gokay (Keele) complete a trilogy on the decline of the West and the rise of Asian economies, their latest volume just published by Palgrave-Macmillan

24th April 2019

Launching Naqd Research Project

Launching "Naqḍ" Research Project 

 

24th April 2019

15th Annual Edward Said Memorial Lecture, Warwick - 1 May

The Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies, University of Warwick invites you to the 15th Annual Edward Said Memorial Lecture

Prof. Harry Harootunian

'In the Zone of Occult Instability': Some Reflections on Unevenness, Discordant Temporalities and the Logic of History

on  Wednesday, 1 May, 2019 at 5 pm

23rd April 2019

Travelling with Gramsci: Capital and the Afterlives of Empire in Egypt and the Middle East - London, 2 May

Travelling with Gramsci: Capital and the Afterlives of Empire in Egypt and the Middle East 

Sara Salem 

LSE, 3 pm, 2 May