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Creolizing Rosa Luxemburg: Session 2—Debating Revolutionary Nationalism
Sat, April 17 @ 2:05 PM - 4:00 PM$7 – $11
Alyssa Adamson, Drucilla Cornell, and Peter Hudis
This second session of the Creolizing Rosa Luxemburg series will critically revisit debates over the potential revolutionary value of nationalism through exploring different stages of the Global Southern reception of Rosa’s thoroughgoing internationalism.
The panel will consist of Alyssa Adamson of Malcolm X College, Drucilla Cornell, Rutgers University and Peter Hudis, Oakton Community College. Their essays are “Against a Single History, for a Revaluation of Power: Luxemburg, James, and a Decolonial Critique of Political Economy” by Alyssa Adamson; “The Contemporary Transnational Relevance of Rosa Luxemburg’s Socialist Critique of National Self-Determination”, Drucilla Cornell; and, “A Troubled Legacy: Rosa Luxemburg and the Non-Western World”, Peter Hudis
- Sat, April 17
2:05 PM - 4:00 PM
- $7 – $11
- Event Categories:
- African American History, Anti-colonialism, Anti-monopoly, Books for classes, Capital Studies, Caribbean Studies, Class and Gender, Classes and Programs, Ecosocialism, Emancipation, Extractivism, Global Market, Globalization, Hegel-Marxist, Historical Decades, historical materialism, Immigration, Indigenous Peoples, Intro to Marxism, Marx's Capital, Multi-session Classes, Planned Economy, Political Economy, Precarity Task Force, Proletarian Democracy, Race, Race and Class, Radical Literature, Reform or Revolution, Revolutions Study Group, Russian Revolution, Science and Method, Science and Technology, Seminars and Talks, Space and Class, the State, The State and Capital
- Event Tags:
- anti-apartheid, anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, Cabral, Fanon, liberation struggles, Nkrumah, Non-Western World, Nyrere, Pitfalls of National Consciouaness, South Africa, Tanzania
- The Revolutions Study Group