Studies in the Works of Antonio Gramsci with Piruz Alemi
Sun, September 12 @ 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
An event every week that begins at 12:00 PM on Sunday, repeating until Sun, November 14, 2021
A Cultural Politics Series
Antonio Gramsci is widely known throughout the world for his impact on social and political thought. This 10-week seminar will do a close reading of Gramsci’s Prison Notebooks, delving into key themes related to civil society, the state, hegemony, subaltern studies, cultural analysis, race, class and gender studies, film studies, linguistics, and critical theory.
Throughout these sessions, we will look to connect cultures and their human rights struggles. We will also explore those who influenced Gramsci, particularly Marx, but also Machiavelli and Croce. This seminar is accessible to people at all levels of familiarity with Gramsci’s work, including those just beginning their studies of Gramsci.
Piruz Alemi holds a PhD in political economy from New School for Social Research as well as a MFA in documentary film making from CCNY. He is director of the People of Color International Cultural Exchange Film Festival and teaches at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
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- Sun, September 12
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
- $45 – $75
- Event Categories:
- Anti-fascism, Antonio Gramsci, Books for classes, bourgeois political economy, Class, Class and Gender, Classes and Programs, Comradeship, Ecosocialism, Fordism, Hegemony, Insurgency, International Trade, International Working Class, Italian history, Labor Organizing, Marxist Method, Multi-session Classes, Political Economy, Precarity Task Force, Proletarian Democracy, Reform or Revolution, Revolutions Study Group, Science and Method, Science and Technology, Seminars and Talks, Social Reproduction, Space and Class, the State, The State and Capital, War of Maneuver, War of Position, Working Class History
- The Revolutions Study Group