What’s New – 22nd May 2023

22nd May 2023

– Goldsmiths Annual Philosophy Lectures 2023: Bruno Bosteels (Columbia),

Part I: The State and Insurrection with Camila Vergara, 6 June 2023; online, 3:00-5:30 pm BST,

Part II: Marx in Mexico, Mexico in Marx with Andrés Saenz de Sicilia, 8 June 2023, 3:00-5:30 pm BST, online

– Left Art Review, call for contributors: Art and Politics After the Defeat of the Cultural Turn. Reviews typically run 500 to 2000 words. Pitches for longer essays and interviews as well as visual, audio and video contributions also welcome:

– Victor’s Children, episode 29: Against the Market, with David McNally 

Episode 29: Against The Market, w/ David McNally by Victor’s Children

– Special issue – “Forum Sociologico” journal, Call for Papers – Special Issue : URBAN NEOLIBERALISM IN THE 21ST CENTURY: EXCLUSION AND STRUGGLES FOR THE RIGHT TO THE CITY

– Out now – Left Alone: On Solitude and Loneliness amid Collective Struggle, Published by Daraja Press & KickAss Books

– Geschichte und Klassenbewußtsein / History and Class Consciousness 100

– Now Online – Unbounding exploitation: Labour-surplus extraction, value, and struggles beyond the wage, by Alessandra Mezzadri

– Balkan Socialism: An Interview with Stefan Gužvica

– Ecology and Climate Stream at the Twentieth Annual Historical Materialism Conference, 9–12 Nov 23, SOAS, Deadline for abstracts: Monday 12 June 2023. We welcome submissions for panels and individual papers. Abstracts should be under 300 words, and submissions should indicate that it is for the “Ecology and Climate Stream.”

– DEADLINE EXTENDED: “Organising climate action” | Lake Como Summer School in Critical Theory of Society. NEW DEADLINE: 31 MAY 2023 at 11.59 p.m. CET (UTC+01:00)