marxist conference call for papers
amargiotta at synapsis.it
Sun Sep 24 17:48:32 MDT 1995
In misc.activism.progressive, Marvin.Berlowitz at UC.Edu wrote:
> Date: 09/18/1995 07:59 pm (Monday)
> From: Nelson Vincent
> To: BERLOWMJ
> Subject: Marx Today -- Final Call for Papers -Forwarded
>Forwarded Mail received from: Nelson Vincent
>Marvin, I thought that the attached call for chapters would be of
>interest to you.
>Date: Sun, 17 Sep 1995 12:55:41 -0500
>From: Marcin Paprzycki <PAPRZYCKI_M at GUSHER.PB.UTEXAS.EDU>
>Subject: Marx Today -- Final Call for Papers
>Sender: "AERA-F Division F: History and Historiography"
> <AERA-F at ASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU>
> FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS
>Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities
>book series would like to invite contributions to the upcoming volume
> Marx's Social Theory Today
>which will be edited by R. Panasiuk and L. Nowak.
>The leading idea of the volume is to assess the scientific work of K. Marx
>in the area of social theory (or a part of it) from today's perspective.
>It is assumed that such a critical assessment will abstract from the
>(real or alleged) political role of Marx's theories in the formation
>of the so-called "real socialism." Contributions based on the Analytical
>Marxist tradition are particularly welcome.
>The deadline for submitting papers is November 1st, 1995. A contribution
>should not exceed 45 pages of standard typescript. Typescripts, and
>diskettes (as well additional questions), should be sent to:
>Prof. L. Nowak
>ul. Cybulskiego 13
>60-247 Poznan, POLAND
>E-mail: epistemo at plpuam11.amu.edu.pl
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