Please join for a panel discussion introduced and moderated by SR editors,
Greg Albo, Vivek Chibber and Leo Panitch
"Class Struggles in Crisis: from Walmart to the State"
with Kevin Doogan, Arun Gupta, Jane Hardy, and Charles Post.
Friday February 22, 7 pm
Ryerson University Student Centre
63 Gould St, Toronto, at Church St.
Dundas St Subway.
A Socialist Register event.
Kevin Doogan is professor in the School for Policy Studies at the
University of Bristol. He writes on the political economy of labour
markets and European integration and recently published New Capitalism? The
Transformation of Work with Polity Press.
Arun Gupta is a co-founder of The Indypendent and The Occupied Wall Street
Journal, and has covered the Occupy movement for The Guardian, Salon and
many other publications around the world.
Jane Hardy is a professor in the Business School at the University of
Hertfordshire. Her research includes foreign investment and labour
movements in Eastern Europe and her publications include Poland’s New
Capitalism with Pluto Press.
Charles Post is a professor of Sociology at Borough of Manhattan Community
College, City University of New York (CUNY). He writes on the origins of
capitalism and social class and has recently published The American Road to
Capitalism: Studies in Class-Structure, Economic Development and Political
Conflict, 1620-1877 with Brill.
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