Sunday, 11 December 2011

LSHG Spring term seminars 2012

London Socialist Historians Seminars Spring Term 2012

9th January Ian Birchall 'The Missing founders. The early years of the French Communist Party'

23rd January Nicole Ulrich {University of the Witwatersrand] 'Direct Action and Colonial Rule in Eighteenth-Century Southern Africa: a survey of underclass protest'.

6th February Merilyn Moos 'From the personal to the political: Researching the KPD 1929-37'

20th February Manus McGrogan 'The revolutionary left press after 1968'

5th March Lucian van der Walt [University of Witwatersrand] 'Adding Red to the Black Atlantic: the Industrial Workers of Africa and International Socialist League’s black revolutionary syndicalists and the South Africa Native National Congress's 1917-1920 radicalisation'

19th March Roberta Wedge 'Mary Wollstonecraft: journalist, socialist, or somewhere else on the political spectrum?'

All seminars at 5.30pm
Gordon Room,
Ground Floor
Senate House
South Block
Institute of Historical Research
London

Edited to add:
LONDON SEMINAR ON CONTEMPORARY MARXIST THEORY
14th December, 6pm King's College London, Strand Campus, Room S-3.18 Jairus Banaji (SOAS) ''Retotalizing Fascism: reading Arthur Rosenberg through Sartre's ‘Critique’''

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