19th Oct, 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.
The programme will be published on the week of the 26th October and you will be able to register for the 20+ panels we are holding. In addition, the conference webpages will have some pre-recorded interviews and discussions for download and panel authors have kindly agreed to make some parts of books and individual articles available for free download.
A Taster of the Programme:
David McNally on his recent book Blood and Money: War, Slavery, Finance, and Empire
Kali Akuno, Meagan Day, Peter Drucker on the 2020 US election
Notes from Below present Worker Writing and Class Composition
Camilla Royle and Michael Roberts on Engels at 200
Sue Ferguson and Jonathan Martineau on Social Reproduction
The 2020 Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Memorial Prize Lecture - The New Enclosure: The Appropriation of Public Land in Neoliberal Britain, Brett Christophers
Panels on the Pandemic with Rob Wallace, Richard Seymour, Mike Davis and more
In addition, you can expect panels on performance and political economy; Partisan art and memory; race and capital; class, race and capital in the US; state transformation in Turkey; Marxism and intersectionality; transgender Marxism; queer Marxism; Gramsci's notebooks; real abstraction; socialist cultural strategy; history, law and Capitalism; 21st century socialism; identity politics and more....
We hope you'll join us.