Historical Materialism Online 2020: Deutscher prize lecture by Brett Christophers (pre-recorded) and discussion – November 13, 6-8pm (GMT)

Historical Materialism Online 2020: Deutscher prize lecture – Brett Christophers, who won the 2019 Deutscher Memorial Prize with his The New Enclosure: The Appropriation of Public Land in Neoliberal Britain (Verso).

The pre-recorded lecture is following by a live discussion – November 13, 6-8pm (GMT) – details and registration here. [update: the recording is now below]

You can view the Deutscher lecture here

Discussants: Brett Christophers, Mary Robertson and Grace Blakeley 

PLEASE NOTE: All events for HM Online are free to register, however we would ask comrades who are able to please consider making a donation, which would help us enormously in covering the costs of putting of this programme of events. You can donate by selecting the ‘donation’ ticket type at registration. 

Accessibility is important for us, and we are looking into using Live Captions, but availability will depend on our financial capacities and on your support. Thank you. 

Once you have registered, a link to the live session will be emailed to you on the day of the event. For any technical queries please contact historicalmaterialism@soas.ac.uk

Please consider subscribing to the Historical Materialism journal, published by BRILL, who are currently offering a 25% discount on individual subscriptions, valid until the end of the year. To use the offer, quote the discount code 70997 when subscribing at: www.brill.com/hima

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