The Venezuelan Dilemma: Progressives and the ‘Plague on Both Your Houses’ Position

By Steve Ell­ner In recent weeks, a num­ber of Venezue­lan spe­cial­ists on the left side of the polit­i­cal spec­trum have pub­lished and post­ed pieces that place them in an anti-Chav­ista, “ni-ni” posi­tion that con­sists of “a

Marlina

Cannes Crime 2017: Top 5 Noir Film and Television Series

The two most promi­nent sto­ries at the 70th iter­a­tion of the Cannes Film Fes­ti­val, the ulti­mate com­pe­ti­tion and mar­ket for cin­e­ma, were the increased pres­ence of the stream­ing cable ser­vice Net­flix, which sel­dom even opens

Cannes 2017 — Part 2

This is Bro on the World Film Beat Once Again “Break­ing Glass” at the Cannes Film Fes­ti­val. The prizes are in at the fes­ti­val and first prize, the palme d’or, goes to The Square, a

A frame from "A Ciambra", shown at the Cannes 70 film festival.

Cannes 2017 Breaking Glass (Bro on the World Film Beat)

Bon­jour from Cannes 70. The ven­er­a­ble film fes­ti­val, the largest in the world, turned 70 this year and per­haps is show­ing some signs of age, since not only is the fes­ti­val chang­ing but the whole

Stanley Aronowitz Seminar — New Date Announced

The Stan­ley Aronowitz lec­ture on “What is clas­si­cal Marx­ism?”, orig­i­nal­ly sched­uled for 12 noon on May 6th, will now take place on Sat­ur­day, May 20th, also at 12 noon, at Stanley’s apart­ment. The address is: 244

Stanley Aronowitz Seminar

Stan­ley Aronowitz will lead a series of four lec­tures start­ing on Sat­ur­day, April 29th, on top­ics from what is clas­si­cal Marx­ism, to the labor ques­tion in the 21st cen­tu­ry, and the chal­lenge of polit­i­cal orga­ni­za­tion. Full

New Episode of “Jazz Chronicles from New York City”

Michael Pelias hosts the sec­ond episode of “Jazz Chron­i­cles from New York City”, fea­tur­ing sax­o­phon­ist Sam Newsome:

New Radio Show hosted by Michael Pelias: “The Jazz Scene in New York”

Michael Pelias hosts the first episode of “The Jazz Scene in New York”, a new bi-week­­ly radio pro­gram pre­sent­ed on Art Dis­trict Radio:

Stanley Aronowitz and the Labors of Theory

On April 13th and 14th, 2015, the Cen­ter for the Study of Cul­ture, Tech­nol­o­gy, and Work (at the Grad­u­ate Cen­ter, City Uni­ver­si­ty of New York), will hold a two-day sem­i­nar cel­e­brat­ing Sit­u­a­tions Jour­nal man­ag­ing edi­tor,

Second Spring 2017 Seminar: “Techniques of Servitude”

Our sec­ond sem­i­nar of 2017 will begin this com­ing Sat­ur­day, March 18th. Titled: Tech­niques of Servi­tude, it is a col­lab­o­ra­tive project with Arto Artin­ian, Peter Brat­sis, Bruno Gul­li, Kris­ten Lawler, and Michael Pelias. Full details are out­lined on our

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