A one-day conference at Hofstra University celebrating the 150th anniversary of the publication of the first edition of Karl Marx’s Capital.
Thursday, 6 April 2017
We invite submissions of papers to be presented at a conference to be held at Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, on Thursday April 6th, 2017. We are soliciting papers from any discipline that extend and apply Marx’s analytical apparatus (including the labor theory of value) to some aspect of the crisis of global capitalism today.
University of Texas at Austin, Emeritus; author of Reading CapitalPolitically, 1979
Hofstra University, Emeritus; author of Caliban and the Witch, 2004
Distinguished Professor, Graduate Center, New York; author of Limits to Capital, 1982
Please send a 250 word abstract by October 15th, 2016 to the conference organizers (Conrad.Herold@Hofstra.edu or Marc.L.Silver@Hofstra.edu). Include your name, an e-mail address, and a brief biographical statement. We anticipate including selected papers in a published anthology. We are prepared to extend the length of the conference into the weekend of April 7th to 9th, should submissions so warrant.
Sponsored by The Hofstra University Cultural Center
Conrad Herold, Department of Economics
Marc Silver, Department of Sociology
Hempstead, New York
The PDF version of this call for papers for the conference on Marx’s Capital at Hofstra University is here: http://www.hofstra.edu/pdf/Community/culctr/Marx_Critique_Call_for_Papers.pdf