25th January 2021

What’s New? – 25th January 2021

- Stuart Hood (1915-2011) - Scottish dominie's son, Edinburgh University Communist student, Tuscan partigiano, reforming BBC executive, distinguished academic and admired Scottish novelist - died in Brighton at the end of January 2011. Marking the tenth anniversary of Hood's death and the publication of Stu

21st January 2021

what’s new? - 20th January 2021

- Theory in Crisis Seminar: Alberto Toscano, 'Fascist Times' Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmLUfG5h_no

13th January 2021

What’s New? - 13th January 2021

- ULIP Theory in Crisis seminar series, with Deborah Cowen: 'Crisis in Motion'. Friday January 29: https://ulip.london.ac.uk/events/theory-crisis-seminar-deborah-cowen-crisis-motion

12th December 2020

Call For Papers: Marxism and anti-Semitism Today Special Issue ** Deadline for abstracts extended to 11th January **

The question of anti-Semitism has been at the forefront of much political discussion and debate in recent years. We are seeing the rise of a new wave of anti-Semitism - not only driven by the street fighting far right, but in close proximity to the Trump presidency and part of the arsenal of those in power in Hungary.

18th November 2020

Call For Papers: Marxism and anti-Semitism Today Special Issue

The question of anti-Semitism has been at the forefront of much political discussion and debate in recent years. We are seeing the rise of a new wave of anti-Semitism - not only driven by the street fighting far right, but in close proximity to the Trump presidency and part of the arsenal of those in power in Hungary.

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