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The German Revolution and the Radical Democratic Imaginary

A Centre for Political Thought research event
Date24 May 2018
Time9:00 to 17:30
PlaceReed Hall

Upper Lounge

The German Revolution and the Radical Democratic Imaginary This workshop aims to rejuvenate interest in the theorists and actors of the German Revolution and to place them in dialogue with conversations in radical democratic theory. The workshop will include panels on left-wing communism, radical democracy, Rosa Luxemburg and historiographies of the German Revolution. All interested scholars are welcome to attend. A preliminary draft schedule is included below: Panel 1: 9:30 – 10:45 - Rosa Luxemburg’s Radical Democracy Panel 2: 11:15 – 12:45 - Left-Wing Communism Panel 3: 2:00 – 3:30 - Revisiting the German Revolution: Berlin, Bremen and Beyond Panel 4: 4:00 – 5:30 - Radical Democracy and its Discontents Participants include: Mayra Cotta (NSSR), Thomas Jeffrey Miley (QMUL), Paulina Tambakaki (Westminster), Albert Dikovich (Konstanz), Clive Gabay (QMUL), Paul Mazzocchi (York), Jamie Melrose (Bristol), Merylin Moos, Donny Gluckstein (Edinburgh), Gaard Kets (Radboud), Joern Janssen, Regina Cochrane (Calgary), Felix Petersen (Jerusalem), Benjamin Popp-Madsen (Copenhagen), Olivier Ruchet (Zurich).


ProviderCentre for Political Thought

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