Events from 29 May, 2015

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  • 29th May, 2015

    On ‘Heroic Fury’ and Questions of Method in Antonio Gramsci

    On Friday 29 May, the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney is hosting a one-day graduate workshop exploring the work of Antonio Gramsci. Anchored by keynote presentations from two leading scholars, the workshop will bring together research students working with Gramsci’s writings and conceptual tools to collaborate, exchange ideas, establish wider networks, critically engage, and develop their research for publication.

  • 23rd July, 2015

    Economic Sociology: State of Play and Fault Lines for Future Research

    The Department of Political Economy invites you to a forum on the topic of economic sociology.

    The case for economic sociology is stronger than ever. Internationally, there have been challenges to mainstream economic thought from the likes of Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century as well as a new defiance to neoliberal governmental practice in Europe, particularly in Greece and Spain.


  • 5th August, 2015

    2015 8th Annual Wheelwright Lecture in Political Economy

    The 8th Annual Wheelwright Lecture in Political Economy is coming on 5 August 2015. This year the Wheelwright Lecture will be given by Professor Erik Olin Wright (University of Wisconsin – Madison) who will be addressing issues linked to his projects on real utopias and understanding class.