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Karl Marx


By Michael Wayne
Illustrated by Sungyoon Choi

18 June 2012 at Calder Bookshop (51 The Cut, London, SE1), 7.30pm start.

8pm Talk: Why Reading Marx’s Das Kapital Still Matters




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Karl Marx


The ideas of the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci are popular on today’s radical left. But of all the Marxist thinkers of the classical tradition, Gramsci is the most enigmatic. His ideas often appear to be puzzling and contradictory and there is little agreement on the radical left on what the “real Gramscian tradition” is. The style of Gramsci’s writings lend themselves to these controversies, because they are often as opaque as they are thoughtful and innovative.

Luke Cooper tries to solve the riddle of the Gramsci enigma and considers the significance of some of his key concepts, for problems of theory, tactics and strategy that we confront in the modern world.


19.00 Wednesday 16 November, Bloomsbury Suite, University of London Union, Malet Street

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LEGACIES, POLICIES AND PROSPECTS: One year on from the Cambridge Primary Review

Professor Robin Alexander
University of Cambridge
Director of the Cambridge Primary Review

Saturday 6th November, 2010
2.15pm – 4.00pm

Elvin Hall, Institute of Education, University of London, Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL


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An Encounter with Stuart Hall


Part of the Spaces of Democracy Network, The Centre for the Study of Democracy, Department of Politics and International Relations, would like to invite you to:

An Encounter with STUART HALL on Friday 6th February 2009.

This year’s Encounter focuses on the influential works of cultural theorist Stuart Hall. The schedule for the day’s events are as follows:

10:30 am – 12:30 pm Roundtable on “Politics, Culture and Globalisation” with the participation of Doreen Massey, Martin Jacques, Larry Grossberg and Jonathan Rutherford.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Roundtable on “Cultural Practices and Political Identities” with the participation of Francoise Verges, Angela McRobbie, Isaac Julien and Bill Schwarz.


5:00 pm Lecture by Stuart Hall: ‘Cultural Studies and Radical Politics’

Followed by a reception.


For further details of the programme please visit


All events take place in Fyvie Hall, University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW.


If you could contact to indicate your attendance to help us keep check on numbers, it would be much appreciated.


We look forward to seeing you there.

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