20th Sep, 2022

The Deutscher Prize Committee is pleased to announce the shortlisted books for this year’s prize:

Ilya Budraitskis – Dissidents among Dissidents Ideology, Politics and the Left in Post-Soviet Russia

Kolja Lindner – Marx, Marxism and the Question of Eurocentrism

Silvia Federici – Patriarchy of the Wage: Notes on Marx, Gender, and Feminism

Gabriel Winant – The Next Shift: The Fall of Industry and the Rise of Health Care in Rust Belt America

Follow the Deutscher Prize on Twitter (@DeutscherPrize) for further updates from the Prize and upcoming podcasts with the nominees.

http://www.deutscherprize.org.uk/wp/

- The first seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory of this academic year: A second Pink Tide? Prospects and challenges for the Latin American left, Wednesday 5 October 4pm UK time. Register here in advance for this meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZItfuuhrDgtHdS3sSFoUeBBgguKU1bQNSQ9

- A hybrid book launch of ‘Art Work: Invisible Labour and the Legacy of Yugoslav Socialism’ (University of Toronto Press, 2021) by Katja Praznik will take place, in conversation with Silvia Federici, Sept 23, 2022 at 3:00 pm EDT/9:00pm CET, 509 O'Brian Hall, University at Buffalo and Zoom. Register here: 

https://bit.ly/Katja-Praznik

- Watch "Global Trotskyism and the Problem of the Korean War”, by Owen Miller:

https://youtu.be/dIuzL8pkHuo

- York Left Consortium: Reflections on Capitalism's Half-Life interview with Alfredo Saad Filho – ‘Breaking the hold of authoritarian neoliberalism by working class movements’ – is available at: 

https://youtu.be/NEiW2Akkg4c.  

For more information about the project: 

https://marxiststudies.blog.yorku.ca/york-left-consortium-theory-and-practice/

- Call for papers, actions, and workshops: The Great Transition: Fighting back in Times of Global Crisis: Repoliticizing, Imagining, Achieving, 18-21 May 2023, Organized by Alternatives and Historical Materialism.

https://thegreattransition.net/call-for-papers/