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Hegel for Radicals: Part III – Phenomenology of Spirit

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

A continuation of the Fall 2022 series in which we introduced Hegel’s mysterious book, The Phenomenology of Spirit.  We will make the Phenomenology less mysterious as we go along and try to tease out the revolutionary implications in the thought of Hegel and explain their significance for our time. 

Free – $90
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The Political Writings of Marx and Engels: Part II, Surveys From Exile

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

This group is reading and discussing original texts by Marx and Engels about their theory of class struggles as the motive force of human social evolution and the modern working class as the political antagonist of the capitalist system. The primary text is the anthology 'Karl Marx: The Political Writings,' recently published by Verso. In this part 2, we will be reading the "Surveys From Exile" section, which begins with "The Class Struggles in France 1848-1850" and takes us through Marx's articles on the Civil War in the United States.

Free – $90.00
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Reading Marx’s Capital, Volume I

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

Close reading and discussion of Marx's magnum opus with Lisa Maya Knauer and other facilitators from the MEP's Capital Studies Group.

Free – $90

Recurring

Hegel for Radicals: Part III – Phenomenology of Spirit

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

A continuation of the Fall 2022 series in which we introduced Hegel’s mysterious book, The Phenomenology of Spirit.  We will make the Phenomenology less mysterious as we go along and try to tease out the revolutionary implications in the thought of Hegel and explain their significance for our time. 

Free – $90
Recurring

The Political Writings of Marx and Engels: Part II, Surveys From Exile

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

This group is reading and discussing original texts by Marx and Engels about their theory of class struggles as the motive force of human social evolution and the modern working class as the political antagonist of the capitalist system. The primary text is the anthology 'Karl Marx: The Political Writings,' recently published by Verso. In this part 2, we will be reading the "Surveys From Exile" section, which begins with "The Class Struggles in France 1848-1850" and takes us through Marx's articles on the Civil War in the United States.

Free – $90.00
Recurring

Reading Marx’s Capital, Volume I

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

Close reading and discussion of Marx's magnum opus with Lisa Maya Knauer and other facilitators from the MEP's Capital Studies Group.

Free – $90
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Iran Awakening II: More Novels by Iranian Women

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

The spring 2023 series of the MEP Literature Group continues to focus on Iranian women writing since the 1978-79 Revolution whose stories are set inside Iran.

Free – $90

The Paris Commune: A New History

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

Carolyn J. Eichner and Mitch Abidor discuss Eichner's new history of the Paris Commune. Her compelling account "makes a complicated event understandable and vivid. Eichner’s rich portraits bring to life the freedom and empowerment the Communards experienced, juxtaposed with the bloody repression of its final days." (Sarah Fishman)

Get Tickets Free – $12.00
Recurring

Hegel for Radicals: Part III – Phenomenology of Spirit

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

A continuation of the Fall 2022 series in which we introduced Hegel’s mysterious book, The Phenomenology of Spirit.  We will make the Phenomenology less mysterious as we go along and try to tease out the revolutionary implications in the thought of Hegel and explain their significance for our time. 

Free – $90
Recurring

The Political Writings of Marx and Engels: Part II, Surveys From Exile

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

This group is reading and discussing original texts by Marx and Engels about their theory of class struggles as the motive force of human social evolution and the modern working class as the political antagonist of the capitalist system. The primary text is the anthology 'Karl Marx: The Political Writings,' recently published by Verso. In this part 2, we will be reading the "Surveys From Exile" section, which begins with "The Class Struggles in France 1848-1850" and takes us through Marx's articles on the Civil War in the United States.

Free – $90.00
Recurring

Iran Awakening II: More Novels by Iranian Women

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

The spring 2023 series of the MEP Literature Group continues to focus on Iranian women writing since the 1978-79 Revolution whose stories are set inside Iran.

Free – $90
Recurring

Hegel for Radicals: Part III – Phenomenology of Spirit

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

A continuation of the Fall 2022 series in which we introduced Hegel’s mysterious book, The Phenomenology of Spirit.  We will make the Phenomenology less mysterious as we go along and try to tease out the revolutionary implications in the thought of Hegel and explain their significance for our time. 

Free – $90
Recurring

The Political Writings of Marx and Engels: Part II, Surveys From Exile

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

This group is reading and discussing original texts by Marx and Engels about their theory of class struggles as the motive force of human social evolution and the modern working class as the political antagonist of the capitalist system. The primary text is the anthology 'Karl Marx: The Political Writings,' recently published by Verso. In this part 2, we will be reading the "Surveys From Exile" section, which begins with "The Class Struggles in France 1848-1850" and takes us through Marx's articles on the Civil War in the United States.

Free – $90.00

The New Power Elite: C. Wright Mills Revisited

Online: Zoom link will be provided to registered participants

Heather Gautney, author of 'The New Power Elite,' offers a contemporary companion to C. Wright Mills's work through a fresh critique for the new millennium. She takes up the problems that Mills addressed and echoes his outrage over the injustices and ruin brought by today's elites.

Free – $12.00