Wednesday 17 April, 2013 – 6:30pm: Part three of the four part seminar series, Thinking Critically about Society. This session, led by Michael Frederiksen of the Peace and Justice Center, will discuss some of the key readings of Marxism in a friendly and accessible way.
The readings for this session include:
1.) The Communist Manifesto (Of course) by Marx and Engels. Click here for text.
2.) “Socialism: Utopian & Scientific” by Engels. Click here for the text.
3.) “From Servitude to Service Work: Historical Continuities in the Racial Division of Paid Productive Labor” by Evelyn Nakano Glenn. Click here for text.
This seminar is FREE and open to everyone!
TRIGGER WARNING: In its discussions on gender and Marx, this seminar may address issues of rape, domestic violence, and sexual assault.
This series of seminar sessions has been put together to encourage the exchange of ideas, experiences, and knowledge surrounding a particular topic or theme. We want to create a place where people can meet with other people from Monterey Bay communities to talk about current events and discuss new philosophies and ways of thinking critically about society. Though these seminars have been designed for non-students, and for those of us who have had little or no college experience, everyone is invited to participate. We believe that everyone can have something to offer to the seminars as we move through current debates in politics and different political and social theories.
Session 1: What is Anarchism? Tuesday April 2nd – 6:30pm-8pm
Session 2: Thinking about National Identity. Monday April 8th – 6:30pm-8pm
Session 3: Reading Marx. Wednesday April 17th – 6:30pm-8pm
Session 4: What is Gender? Sunday April 21st – 6:30pm-8pm