Monthly Archives: May 2014
‘Warwick University Ltd: Lessons from 1970 and the higher education sector today’ A conference sponsored by Warwick UCU Friday 6 June 2014, Woods-Scawen Room, Warwick University Arts Centre ‘Is it inevitable that the university will be reduced to the function of providing, with increasing authoritarian efficiency, pre-packed intellectual commodities which meet the requirements of management? […]
Courtesy of History Workshop @HistoryWO http://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/review-revolutionary-communist-at-work/
Conference announcement: The Carnation Revolution between African Anti-colonialism and European Rebellion, London, 22-23 May
The Carnation Revolution between African Anti-colonialism and European Rebellion 22nd-23rd May, 2014 School of Arts Birkbeck, University of London Room B04, 43 Gordon Square Forty years on, the 1974-75 revolutionary process in Portugal has become the object of historical interest, after decades of being caught between the poles of celebration and controversy. The commemoration of […]
‘After the Party: Reflections on Life Since the CPGB’ edited by Andy Croft (Lawrence & Wishart, £15.99) http://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/review-after-the-party-reflections-on-life-since-the-cpgb/
We are happy to announce the publication of Transnational Anti-Communism and the Cold War. Agents, Activities, and Networks. Edited by Luc van Dongen, Stéphanie Roulin and Giles Scott-Smith (Palgrave Macmillan Transnational History Series).