Over the past decade, H-Socialisms has reviewed books on the history, practices, and relevance of ‘socialisms’, past and present. Topics have included collective action, religious and secular millenarianisms, populist upsurges, the traditional foci on social democracy, marxism, and anarchism, the newer independent and autonomous social movements, recent trends regarding the commons and communalization, intersectional and identity politics, and much more.
Date and Time: Monday July 18, 2022
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
The Czechoslovak Studies Association (CSA) is pleased to announce the opening of the competition for the Stanley Z. Pech Prize for 2022.
Industrious Nations: Reconsidering Nationality and Economy in the Soviet Union
Call for Papers
Revolutionary Romances: Into the Cold – Alternative Artistic Trajectories into (Post-)Communist Europe
International Conference, Thursday 13 October 2022
Hybrid event: In person at the Albertinum, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, plus streaming online
Deadline for submissions: 15 May 2022
The Associated Kyoto Program is pleased to announce the final lecture of a 4-part virtual series of talks by AKP Visiting Faculty Fellow James Mark Shields (Bucknell University) on Progressive and Radical Buddhist Experiments in Modern Japan.
For more information on the series, see: https://www.associatedkyotoprogram.org/events/
Register for online attendance here: https://bit.ly/31YzmS8
I am thrilled to announce my new book, The Paris Commune: A Brief History (Rutgers University Press), officially released on March 18, the 151st anniversary of the Commune! ! Ideal for the classroom, it provides a fresh perspective on this cataclysmic historical event.
I hope that this finds each of you well, despite these difficult, upsetting times. Whether in Ukraine, Syria, Ethiopia, Myanmar, Yemen or elsewhere, I hope that the winds of war soon fall completely still.