On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, the Reinventing Revolution Conference will focus on radical traditions that were inspired by, extended, or challenged the legacies of the Bolsheviks in engagement with the struggles for decolonization. The conference will include two panels—“Decolonizing Revolution: Circuits of Knowledge, Struggle and Solidarity” and “What’s Left of the Left?
<England> Will be doing a series of events in England this week:
(1) London (November 2): Helping release Bhabanistan Bhabanistan's book - Hindu Fundamentalism and the Spirit of Capitalism in India - at Marx Memorial Library at 5pm on November 2.
CODEPINK invites you to learn with us as we kick off a Divest from the War Machine campaign. Join us and a broad coalition of partner organizations for a day of examining the current state of the war machine (surprise- it’s thriving!) and learning the skills and knowledge necessary to use divestment as a tool to shine a critical light on the weapons producers that supply and profit from deadly hyper-militarism both at home and abroad.
Speaker Vijay Prashad:
III Semana de Relações Internacionais UFABC-UNIFESP
3-5 de outubro de 2017, Campus São Bernardo do Campo da UFABC
GT 1 – Política Externa Brasileira
- Luana de Barros Dratovsky, "TRANSFERÊNCIA DE POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS DE SEGURANÇA ALIMENTAR: O CASO DA COOPERAÇÃO BRASILEIRA NO TIMOR-LESTE". UNIFESP.
- Natalia Ferrari Ribeiro, "OBJETIVOS PARA O DESENVOLVIMENTO GLOBAL: MEIOS DE IMPLEMENTAÇÃO NO BRASIL PARA A TERRITORIALIZAÇÃO DOS ODS". Universidade Anhembi Morumbi.
Lecture Room- 2, India International Centre Annexe, New Delhi
24 May 2017
Crisis of Capital and the Rise of the Right
Panel Discussion on Eight Years of Newsclick
Vijay Prashad (Professor, Trinity College),
Teesta Setalvad (Journalist and Author),
Rajat Nag (Economist and Former MDG, Asian Development Bank)
Chair: Prabir Purkayastha (Chief Editor, Newsclick)
"In the Ruins of the Present: Trump, Joblessness and Anger"
The Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture's Annual Public Lecture features distinguished public intellectuals whose work promotes engaged thought and scholarship around the topics of race and ethnicity within the public sphere.