On Thursday 7 November from 1.3o- 3.15pm there will be a panel on Rosa Luxemburg at the Historical Materialism conference, held at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, in central London.
The panel is chaired by Sebastian Budgen and consists of three papers:
‘Is that our programme
democracy and the challenge of the German Revolution
Was Rosa Luxemburg’s confidence in the cleverness and creativity of the Proletarian masses justified? Examples in the German Revolutionary Movements 1918/1919
Rosa Luxemburg versus Lukács on Class Consciousness
Party and Revolution
On Friday 8 November, from 2.15- 4pm, there will be a second panel on Rosa Luxemburg, ‘The Unknown Rosa Luxemburg: Her Writings on anthropology’, chaired by Alex Anievas.
The four papers will be:
Rosa Luxemburg on ‘Primitive Communism’: How do her ideas stand up today?
A revolutionary economic theorist: Rosa Luxemburg’s Accumulation of Capital
100 years later
Rosa Luxemburg’s contribution to developing a vision of a post-capitalist society
Luxemburg and underconsumptionism