(OPE-L) Marxist Historiography Conference

From: Gerald A. Levy (Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM)
Date: Mon Sep 27 2004 - 15:50:34 EDT


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This bulletin is available online at http://www.britac.ac.uk/events/programmes/2004/marxist.html

           
           
            Marxist Historiography: Alive, Dead, or Moribund? 

            Saturday, November 13th 2004, 9.15am - 6.00pm

            The British Academy, 10 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH

            A conference jointly sponsored by the British Academy and 'Past & Present' 

            Property and Progress: Where Adam Smith Went Wrong 
            Professor Robert Brenner, University of California (Los Angeles) 

            Marxism and its "Others" 
            Professor Catherine Hall, University College London 

            Marxism and Ancient History from 1968 to the Present 
            Professor Andrea Giardina, University of Rome 

            What has Marxism Done for Medieval History, and What Can it Still Do? 
            Professor Chris Wickham, University of Birmingham 

            Marxist History or Communist History? The Purpose of Marx's Concept of History' 
            Professor Gareth Stedman Jones, King's College, Cambridge 

            Afterword 
            Professor Eric Hobsbawm, Birkbeck College, University of London 

            Attendance is free but registration is essential. Lunch and refreshments are available at a charge of 11. More information, including booking form are available from the Academy's website at: http://www.britac.ac.uk/events/programmes/2004/marxist.html or contact the Academy's External Relations Department (020 7969 5238; externalrelations@britac.ac.uk)


           
            The British Academy
            10 Carlton House Terrace
            London SW1Y 5AH
           Tel: 020 7969 5200
            Fax: 020 7969 5300
            email: secretary@britac.ac.uk
           
            http://www.britac.ac.uk
           

       
     











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