What’s New – 29th April 2021

29th Apr 2021

– The unexpectedly transgressive subject: communist women in the feminist 1970s. Online round-table, Istituto Svizzero Roma – 05.05.2021, 4-6pm (in Rome – GMT +2). For more information and details on how to register:

– Africa Marxism Day 2021: GLOBAL CRISIS AND AFRICAN STRUGGLES: politics, economy, and pandemic. 23rd May 2021. Register in advance for this meeting:

A world to win, Africa’s unfinished revolutions

Time: 09:00-10:30 Ghana, Liberia & Sierra Leone/10:00-11:30 Nigeria, Algeria/11:00-12:30 Egypt, SAST/12:00-13:30 EAT

Epidemics, the economy and environmental crisis

Time: 11:00-12:30 Ghana, Liberia & Sierra Leone/12:00-13:30 Nigeria, Algeria/13:00-14:30 Egypt, SAST/14:00-15:30 EAT

Understanding the crises in Ethiopia & Mozambique

Time: 13:00-14:30 Ghana, Liberia & Sierra Leone/14:00-15:30 Nigeria, Algeria/15:00-16:30 Egypt, SAST/16:00-17:30 EAT  

– Red May 2021 | Radical Events based in Seattle

Symposium: The Past, Present, and Future of Human Rights, May 25-26th 2021, with Samuel Moyn, Jessica Whyte, John Milbank, Igor Shoikhedbrod, Lena Halldenius, Elena Namli. For registration, contact the organizer at the latest the 20th of May at:  

 – Book Launch: Keti Chukhrov «Practicing the Good. Desire and Boredom in Soviet Socialism» (University of Minnesota Press, e-flux, 2020), Thursday, May 6,15.00 (London Time), UCL, Institute of Advanced Studies. Book now:

– ‘No Life Like It’: ATribute to Ernie Tate, May 30, 2 p.m. EDT,