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Karl Marx in Film


Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory
Volume 19 Issue 2, 2011


Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Memorial-Prize Lecture

Ben Fine and Dimitris Milonakis: ‘Useless but True’: Economic Crisis and the Peculiarities of Economic Science


Panagiotis Sotiris: Beyond Simple Fidelity to the Event: The Limits of Alain Badiou’s Ontology

Vivek Chibber: What Is Living and What Is Dead in the Marxist Theory of History

Stefano G. Azzarà: Settling Accounts with Liberalism: On the Work of Domenico Losurdo


Bill Bowring: Marx, Lenin and Pashukanis on Self-Determination: Response to Robert Knox

Review Articles

Michael Löwy on Walter Benjamin’s Archive. Images, Texts, Signs, edited by Ursula Marx, Gudrun Schwarz, Michael Schwarz, and Erdmut Wizisla, translated by Esther Leslie; and Esther Leslie’s Walter Benjamin, and Benjamin Handbuch’s Leben-Werk-Wirkung, edited by Burkhardt Lindner

Andrew Lawson on Richard Godden’s William Faulkner: An Economy of Complex Words

Bue Rübner Hansen on Jonathan Nitzan’s and Shimshon Bichler’s Capital as Power: A Study 
of Order and Creorder

Widukind De Ridder on Douglas Moggach’s The Philosophy and Politics of Bruno Bauer and Massimiliano Tomba’s Krise und Kritik bei Bruno Bauer: Kategorien des Politischen im nachhegelschen Denken

Historical-Critical Dictionary of Marxism

Trickle Down Theory

William W. Hansen


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Crisis Sublime


May 20-22, 2011, Istanbul University, Beyazit


The global crisis of the last years of the ‘noughties’ has cruelly exposed the deficiencies of both mainstream economics and broader strands of political economy from across the social sciences that have promoted neoliberalism. But the degree of consequential rethinking has been strikingly underwhelming. This conference will examine the multiple crises of economic science, informed by perspectives of political economy that have long been ignored and marginalised by the mainstream.

IIPPE has decided to extend the deadline for submission in order to allow for more participants. So we are issuing a final call for individual contributions and proposals for panels that address Neoliberalism and the Crises of Economic Science. But to maximize your chance of a place on the programme, you may need to apply sooner rather than later.
    • The final deadline for submission of both individual abstracts of papers and proposals for panels is 28th February 2011 (On line submission on
    • Potential participants will be notified by 21st March.
    • The deadline for the submission of full papers remains 15th April.

Hosted by Turkish Social Sciences Association (TSSA) and Istanbul University Research Center for Global Politics and Administration (GLOPAR).

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