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[New York] Creolizing Rosa Luxemburg: Debating Revolutionary Nationalism

Against a Single History, for a Revelation of Power: Luxemburg, James, and a Decolonial Critique of Political Economy

Alyssa Adamson, Malcolm X College


The Current Relevance of Rosa Luxemburg’s Socialist Critique of National Self-Determination

Drucilla Cornell, Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University


A Troubled Legacy: Rosa Luxemburg and the Non-Western World

Peter Hudis, Oakton Community College


The second session will critically revisit debates over the potential revolutionary value of nationalism through exploring different stages of the Global Southern reception of Rosa’s thoroughgoing internationalism.


Sessions Moderator: Bernabe S. Mendoza, Department of Comparative Literature, Rutgers University


Sliding Scale Admission $7/$9/$11. All events are sliding scale. No one is denied admission because of inability to pay. Please write [email protected] to get information on attending this series or any other event or class at The Marxist Education Project, or go to