Martha E. Gimenez, Marx, Women, and Capitalist Social Reproduction, has just been published by Brill, in the Historical Materialism Book Series. It is an anthology of articles and book chapters published Gimenez between 1975 and 2009. It also includes two chapters written especially for the book, one on Intersectionality and [...]
The 35th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: Creating, Negotiating, and Transcending Social Boundaries in Everyday Life
The 35th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference Creating, Negotiating, and Transcending Social Boundaries in Everyday Life Hosted by St. Thomas University Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada May 16 to 18, 2018 Abstract submission deadline: September 15th, 2017 Boundaries are key concepts in the social science tool-kit. They are social, physical, temporal, [...]
Does Marx ever say that his own epistemological methodology is historically contingent and that it is conditioned by a particular historical moment?
UND looks to ease first-generation adjustment By Wade Rupard on Sep 7, 2016 at 6:41 p.m. Like most students when they first go off to college, Allison Hurst was overwhelmed. But being the first person in her family to attend college, there was even more stress associated with it. Eventually, she walked [...]
What is the relation between “theory and practice,” and what is the meaning of the unity of theory and practice? Does Marx identify practice with the idea of engineering society, so that the knowledge of the laws that govern economic forces serve as an algorithm, to construct, engineer, in a technical way, a new and better political and economic system?