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NEW! Year-long (12 months) Pass : Now through November 30 2022

Sun, December 19 @ 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM

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An event every month that begins at 8:00 AM on day 19 of the month, repeating until Thu, June 30, 2022

$75.00 – $350.00

This new pass makes your support easier while being affordable—especially of for two or more people purchasing the combination prices together.

MORE AFFORDABLE PASSES—GOOD FOR 12 MONTHS!

We are now offering a year-long passes for not much more than a 6-month pass. If you are paying for yourself and any additional person, you are now able to have two people attend all events, classes or film showings (post-pandemic) that The MEP offers and a modest additional cost.All classes, events, or other type of feature such as film showings or walking tours for a year. For an additional $75 per additional person added to the sliding scale single person fee, two, three, or more people have passes for a year. Combine with anyone you please.

There are a number of significant series that are being offered between now and December 31 including the the new overview course on Antonio Gramsci, Thomas Wensing’s Friday evening seminars on New York City and the Experience of Modernity has just started again, a new Socialist Register series on Class, Party, Revolution and Capitalism, Technology, Labor, a presentation with John Milios on Value, Fictitious Capital and Finance, on November 6. Alessandro Delfanti visits November 16 to speak on his book, The Warehouse: Workers and Robots at Amazon, on Friday, November 26 we welcome Darko Suvin in the morning for a presentation on his translation of Bertolt Brecht’s Das Manifest, his poetic update of The Communist Manifesto and a discussion of Anti, Anti-Utopia, while later that afternoon, Victor Wallis will visit to present a guide through the painting of his mother.

A new noir novel series will begin in the summer as well.as ongoing reading groups on Marx’s Grundrisse and the second volume of Capital, along with a coming reading group on Istvan Meszaros’ The Necessity of Social Control.. 

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