Posts Tagged ‘miscellaneous’
Tags: class, development, globalization, Marx, miscellaneous, planning
The Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney has posted the text of the talk I delivered at Gleebooks, 19 October 2016, as part of a “Class Acts in Political Economy” roundtable with Katherine Gibson and Adam David Morton.
Tags: Australia, critique, miscellaneous, utopia
The video and photos from the Wheelwright Lecture have now been posted.
Tags: Australia, critique, Marx, miscellaneous
Tags: class, development, globalization, Marx, miscellaneous
Here’s the link to Adam Morton’s generous—and, in my view, perceptive—review of my book, Development and Globalization: A Marxian Class Analysis.
The main point I want to articulate is that the book is indispensable reading for class in the twofold sense that this phrase can be read. First, as indispensable reading for class in that key chapters in the book shape my classrooms on political economy across the span of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research. Second, as indispensable reading for class in delivering a Marxist social class analysis of planning, development and globalisation at a time when many in and beyond the academy are consciously engaged in expunging class as an aspect of radical political economy.
Tags: Australia, class, miscellaneous, political economy