History seminars at the IHR
Marxism in Culture
Matthew Beaumont (University College London), Dave Beech (Chelsea College of Art & Design), Alan Bradshaw (Royal Holloway), Warren Carter (University College London), Gail Day (University of Leeds), Steve Edwards (Open University), Larne Abse Gogarty (University College London), Esther Leslie (Birkbeck), David Mabb (Goldsmiths), Antigoni Memou (University of East London), Chrysi Papaioannou (University of Leeds), Nina Power (University of Roehampton), Dominic Rahtz (University for the Creative Arts), Pete Smith (University of West London), Peter Thomas (Brunel University) & Alberto Toscano (Goldsmiths).
Contacts: For further information, please contact Larne Abse Gogarty at email@example.com or Chrysi Papaioannou at firstname.lastname@example.org. The link to the web-site is http://www.marxisminculture.org.
Venue: The Court Room, Senate House, first floor, unless otherwise stated in the programme below.
Time: Friday, 5.30pm
'True fantasy is the most genuine mirror of the present.' Georg Scholz's New Objectivity of 1923 in Baden
Andrew Hemingway (Emeritus Professor – UCL)
Venue: History of Art Department, 20 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0AG
Idle Wandring Persons: A History of the Common Nightwalker
Matthew Beaumont (UCL)
Soviet Psychology, the Avant-Garde and the Socialist Subject as Artwork
Hannah Proctor (Birkbeck)
Artistic Labour Contracts and the Legislative Imperative of Authorship
Marina Vishmidt & Zoe Sutherland