Making Social Movements: The British Marxist Historians and the Study of Social Movements

Ed George edgeorge at usuarios.retecal.es
Fri Jan 17 01:35:59 MST 2003


[Picked this up off the Socialist Register list]

Making Social Movements: The British Marxist Historians and the Study of
Social Movements, June 26-28, 2002, Edge Hill College of Higher
Education, England,
<<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/AJconfTimetable.htm>>

Colin Barker (Manchester Metropolitan University) A Modern Moral
Economy: Edward Thompson and Valentin Volosinov Meet in a North
Manchester Protest
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Barker-modernmoraleconomy.pdf>

David Seddon (University of East Anglia) Food Riots, Past and Present:
Globalisation and Contemporary Popular Protest
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/food_riots_paper-David_Seddon.pdf>

Mark Boden (London School of Economics) British Marxist Historiography
and the Question of 'Absent' Bourgeoisie: A Critique
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/BritishMarxistHistoriography-MarkBoden.pdf>

Dorothy Thompson (Author: The Chartists)
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Dorothy%20Thompson.pdf>

Paul Blackledge (Leeds Metropolitan University) All That Moves Is the
Market: Perry Anderson's Historical Pessimism
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Andersonshistoricalpessimism-PaulBlackledge.pdf>

Sean Scalmer (Macquarie University, Australia) The Problem of Decline:
Demobilisation and the Fracturing of Working Class Politics
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/TheProblemDecline-Sean_Scalmer.pdf>

Neil Davidson (The Open University) Regional Peasant Revolt and
Religious Radicalism during the Scottish Bourgeois Revolution
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/PEASANT_REVOLT-Davidson.pdf>

Edwin Roberts (California State University, Long Beach)  From the
History of Science to the Science of History: The Role of Scientists and
Historians in the Shaping of British Marxist Theory
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/EdwinRoberts-Historyofscience.pdf>

Bollette M. Christensen (University of Copenhagen) Constructing a Social
Movement (Attac in Denmark)
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/B-Christensen-Constructing_a_Social_Movement.pdf>

Sigrid McCausland (The Australian National University) Movement and
Class: the Anti-Uranium Movement in Australia
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/SigridMcCausland-AntiUraniumMovement.pdf>

James Holstun (State University of New York, Buffalo) Brian Manning and
the Dialectics of Revolt
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Holstun%20-%20Manning%20and%20Dialectics.pdf>

Geoff Kennedy (York University, Toronto) Digger Radicalism and Agrarian
Capitalism
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/DiggerRadicalismAgrarianCapitalism-GeoffKennedy.pdf>

Ulrich Oslender (University of Glasgow) The Return of the "primitive
rebel"? Reflections on the Colombian Conflict Today
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/UlrichOslender-primitiverebel.pdf>

Philip Shasko (University of Wisconsin)  From Primitive Rebels to
Conscious Revolutionaries: The Macedonian Struggle as a Social Movement,
1878-1912
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Shashko-PrimativeRebel.pdf>

Henrique Espada Lima (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
Historical Microanalysis and Social History: Historiographical Exchanges
between British Marxist History and the Italian Microhistory Debate
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/EspadaLima-HistoricalMicroanalysisandsocialhistory.pdf>

Keith Flett (London Socialist Historians Group) "Whistling into a
Typhoon": A Moral Economy of Anti-Privatisation
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Whistlingtyphoon-KeithFlett.pdf>

Trevor Bark Crime Becomes Custom -- Custom Becomes Crime
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Trevor%20Bark%20-%20Crime%20becomes%20custom.pdf>

Mi Park (London School of Economics) Ideology and Lived Experience: A
Case Study of Revolutionary Movements in South Korea, 1980-1995
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Mi%20Park%20-%20Ideology%20and%20Lived%20Experience.pdf>

Sara Motta  (London School of Economics) Argentinian Popular Protest in
the 21st Century: The Making of a Subject of History or a Reaction of an
Angry Crowd?
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/ArgentinaMotta.pdf>

Alan Johnson (Edge Hill College) Christopher Hill and the Study of
Social Movements Leadership
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Johnson%20-%20Leadership%20as%20Capacity.pdf>

Wade Matthews  (University of Strathclyde) The Poverty of Strategy:
Socialism and the British Marxists
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/ThePovertyofStrategy-WadeMatthews.pdf>

Antonio Negro (Universidade Federal de Bahia) A Limited Number of Ideas
for an Unlimited Social History. Notes on Brazilian Trends
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/A_limited_number_of_ideas-Antonio_Negro.pdf>

Hira Singh (York University, England) Anti-Fuedal, Anti-Colonial
Protests in Princely India: Structure, Tradition, Ideology
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Singh-antifeudalpaper.pdf>

Dave Renton (University of Sunderland) English Experiences: The Problem
of Nationalism in the Work of the British Marxist Historians
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/EnglishExperiences-DaveRenton.pdf>

Jonathan Blundell The Invention of a Radical tradition: The Case of the
Levellers and "The Business at Berford"
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/JonathonBlundell-Levellers.pdf>

Jason Hribal (University of Toledo) Animals and the Working Class: The
British Marxist Tradition and Its Influence upon Environmental History
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/Animals_and_the_Working_Class-JasonHribal.pdf>

Alf Nilsen (Bergen University, Norway) Marxism, Movements and
Dialectics: Some Propositions for the Construction of a Dialectical
Optic for the Study of Social Movements
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/MARXISM_MOVEMENTS_AND_DIALECTICS-Alf_Nilsen.pdf>

Jess Rigelhaupt (University of Michigan) "Education for Peace and
Democracy": The California Labor School and the Post-World War II
Popular Front
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/california_labor_school-JessRigelhaupt_paper.pdf>

Sue Branford (author, Cutting the Wire: The Story of Brazil's Landless
Peasant Movement, with Jan Rocha, Latin American Bureau, 2002) Brazil's
Landless Movement (MST): From Peasant Revolt to the Politics of
Anti-Globalisation
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/SueBranford-MST.pdf>

Viv Mackay (University of Southampton) Labour Disputes as Contentious
Politics: Refiguring the 1928 Garment Workers Strike at the London
"Rego" Factory
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/1928_Garment_Workers_Strike-Viv_Mackay.pdf>

Brian Roper (University of Otago, New Zealand) Exploitation, Class
Struggle and Democracy in History: The Continuing Heuristic and
Political Vitality of Marxism
<http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/research/smg/pdf%20-%20Conference/BrianRoper_Exploitation_Class_StruggleDemocracy.pdf>

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