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    1934 in Minneapolis, Toledo, and San Francisco: The Strikes That Paved the Way Ken Love David Russitano Chris Morrill Socialism 2016 Labor & Unions
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  • The Social Crisis of the American City December 7, 2016
    The Social Crisis of the American City Kristen Sheets Elizabeth Lalasz Keegan O'Brien Socialism 2016 U.S. Politics
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  • The Dimensions of hegemony: Language, culture and politics in revolutionary Russia December 4, 2016
    The Dimensions of hegemony Language, culture and politics in revolutionary Russia Peter Thomas Craig Brandist Brendan McGeever Örsan Senalp Historical Materialism 2016 (London) Socialism & Marxism
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  • Towards a Definition of Social Reproduction Theory December 4, 2016
    Towards a Definition of Social Reproduction Theory Ashok Kumar Tithi Bhattacharya Susan Ferguson David McNally Historical Materialism 2016 (London) Women Chair: Ashok Kumar Tithi Bhattacharya – The Ontology of Labour Power: Producing and Social Reproducing Capital Susan Ferguson – The Child, the Market, and Capitalism: a Social Reproduction Perspective on Children’s Subjectivities David McNally – […]
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  • From KXL to DAPL: The Fight for Indigenous Rights October 31, 2016
    From KXL to DAPL The Fight for Indigenous Rights Brian Ward Environment Today we are witness to a historic Indigenous resistance at Standing Rock in North Dakota. Thousands of people, representing over 200 Indigenous nations, along with supporters, have arrived at the Sacred Stone Spiritual Camp to stand up against the building of the Dakota […]
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  • The Return of World Economic Crisis October 10, 2016
    The Return of World Economic Crisis Lee Sustar Socialism 2016 Economics
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  • From Apartheid’s Fall to Marikana: Class Struggle in South Africa Today October 10, 2016
    From Apartheid’s Fall to Marikana Class Struggle in South Africa Today Aaron Amaral Socialism 2016 International
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  • From Up All Night to Mass Strikes: France Today October 10, 2016
    From Up All Night to Mass Strikes France Today Ugo Palheta Jonah Birch Socialism 2016 International
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  • Native Americans and Self-Determination September 14, 2016
    Native Americans and Self-Determination Brian Ward Socialism 2016 Racism & Civil Rights
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  • From Mexico to Québec: The New Student Movements September 4, 2016
    From Mexico to Québec The New Student Movements Myriam Leduc Emanuel Guay Luis Rangel Socialism 2016 International A discussion about recent student movements erupting in Québec and in Mexico and the political implications of these movements from organizers and participants within them.
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  • Families of Police Brutality Victims Speak Out September 4, 2016
    Families of Police Brutality Victims Speak Out Jeralynn Blueford Martinez Sutton Socialism 2016 Racism & Civil Rights
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  • Contested Hollywood: Race, Gender, and Class in Tinsel Town September 4, 2016
    Contested Hollywood Race, Gender, and Class in Tinsel Town Ryan Nanni Laura Durkay Rigo Gogol Socialism 2016 Art & Culture Cinema is one of the most popular and powerful art forms of our time, and it both reflects and shapes the class contradictions in our society. In that way, it has been and still is […]
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  • The Privatization of Care: From Childhood to the Elder Years September 4, 2016
    The Privatization of Care From Childhood to the Elder Years Monique Dols Socialism 2016 Healthcare From the attacks on public education, to the chipping away of medicare and medicaid, more and more responsibility for providing care for the very young and very old have been placed on private families. The impacts of these attacks are […]
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  • How to Start an International Socialist Organization Branch August 28, 2016
    How to Start an International Socialist Organization Branch Owen Hill Socialism 2016 Racism & Civil Rights This talk will sum up the arguments for the necessity of building a revolutionary socialist organization in the here and now before guiding attendees through the ABC methodology of starting an ISO branch as an individual or a small […]
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  • James Connolly and the Easter Rising of 1916 August 28, 2016
    James Connolly and the Easter Rising of 1916 Shaun Harkin Anthony Arnove Socialism 2016 History
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  • What do Socialists Say About Imperialism? August 28, 2016
    What do Socialists Say About Imperialism? Steve Leigh Socialism 2016 International This talk will examine the Marxist view of imperialism focusing on Marx, Lenin, Bukharin, and Trotsky. It will also give an overview of the changes in imperialism since Lenin's time and how it fits with other political questions. Suggested Readings: Imperialism, the Highest Stage […]
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  • Marx and Nature August 28, 2016
    Marx and Nature Elizabeth Terzakis Socialism 2016 Environment Many on the left assume that Marx's focus on the working class and the development of industry prevented his giving proper attention to ecological issues. This talk examines various interpretations of Marx's writing on nature and suggest which of his ideas might prove most useful to present-day […]
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  • Ellen Meiksins Wood's The Retreat from Class August 28, 2016
    Ellen Meiksins Wood's The Retreat from Class Sofia Arias Socialism 2016 Socialism & Marxism A discussion on Ellen Meiksins Wood's defense of working-class politics and revolutionary marxism.
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  • Disability and the Russian Revolution August 28, 2016
    Disability and the Russian Revolution Keith Rosenthal Socialism 2016 History Owing to the dearth of written history on the topic, it may come as a surprise to learn that the issue of disability figured quite prominently in the socialist workers' revolution of 1917 in Russia. read more
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  • Sex at Dawn: Sexuality Before Class August 28, 2016
    Sex at Dawn Sexuality Before Class Natalia Tylim Socialism 2016 Women Politics and human sexuality.
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We are the Burlington, VT branch of the International Socialist Organization. We meet most Thursday nights. See our calendar for specifics or contact vermontiso@gmail.com or 802-490-3875.