Antonio Gramsci and revolutionary Marxism today. An AWL day school

UCL, Gower St. Cruciform Building, B304 (LT1) and B404 (LT2), Cruciform Foyer 101 Seminar Room 1, and Wilkins Gustave Tuck LT.

A dayschool on the ideas of Italian communist revolutionary Antonio Gramsci, and what they can bring to revolutionary Marxist politics and working-class struggle today. (To order a copy of our new booklet on Gramsci's ideas, Antonio Gramsci: Working-Class Revolutionary, click here.)

11.30 Registration

12.20 Showing of New York and the Mystery of Naples, with introduction by Daniel Randall, followed by discussion
Some notes on the film here.

1.50 Lunch (provided)

2.30 Workshops
a) Gramsci on "East and West" (led Liam McNulty)
b) The Gramscian socialist newspaper (Cath Fletcher)

3.55 Break

a) Education and revolution (Colin Waugh)
b) The Gramscian revolutionary party (Martin Thomas)

5.30 Concluding remarks and discussion

From 6.30: social at the Grafton Arms, 72 Grafton Way, London W1T 5DU

For more info email or ring 07796 690 874

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Saturday, 15 December, 2012 - 12:00 to 18:00