What’s New – 9th May 2022

9th May 2022

–  Haymarket Books launches direct sales in the UK! Readers in the UK can now purchase books directly from Haymarket’s website:
Shop on our website to receive free shipping on orders over £20 and, as always, 30% off all paperback books, 40% off all ebooks, and 20% off all hardcover books. This includes 30% off all Historical Materialism books in paperback:

– “The New Age of Catastrophe – Alex Callinicos’s Farewell Lecture” on YouTube

– CfP: Rethinking the Communist International: History and Legacies | Social History Portal

– Next Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory: A Child and a Country at the End of History – a discussion with Lea Ypi. Wednesday 11 May, 4pm BST. Register in advance for this meeting:

– The new hydrogen economy: Critical inquiries, 18 May, 5-7.30pm (London), with Mark Jacobson, Franziska Müller, Jan Rosenow, and Tom Baxter. To register (free):

Critique and Praxis. Gramscism and the Frankfurt School in comparison. 19-21 May, 2022 (Venice+online). The official language of the conference is Italian. Zoom info: ID meeting: 894 3125 5677, Passcode: CTCP22. For further info, emai:

– “Domenico Losurdo” International Prize – Third Edition, Call for Proposals. The application form must be sent by e-mail to the following address: ; the application must have as subject: “Application form Domenico Losurdo International Prize III Edition”. More info: 

– New Capital volume 3 Zoom international reading group (starting 8 May 2022). More info, email:

– I WANT TO BELIEVE – Posadism, UFOs and Apocalypse Communism, by A. M. Gittlitz

– Capital Volume 1 Reading Group – Part One completed, Moving On. The first four
monthly lectures are available for viewing at

To join the CSSGJ hosted group, please email the CSSGJ’s Secretary

Free tickets for upcoming lectures, please register at