Tag: 1985 Spring

Class, State and Capitalist Development: The Case of Chile

Professor Maurice Zeitlin
"The Civil Wars in Chile: The Problem"
Tuesday, April 1st 1985, 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Sciences
"The Bourgeois Revolutions That Never Were: The Solution"
Friday, April 4th 1985, 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Sciences
"On The Method of Historical Specification"
Monday, April 7th 1985, 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Sciences

Rethinking the Concept of Power

Professor Steven Lukes
"Power: The Range of Views"
Monday, April 14th 1985, 3:30-5:00, in the Memorial Union Beefeaters Room, 3rd Floor
"Power: The Third Dimension"
Friday, April 18th 1985, 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Sciences
"Power, Exploitation and Domination"
Monday, April 21st 1985, 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Sciences

Marxism and the City

Ira Katznelson
"Is Marxist Urban Theory Possible?"
Monday, July 7th 1985, 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Science
"Space and the City: Evidence from Engles, Castells and Harvey"
Tuesday, July 8th 1985, 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Science

Democracy, Needs and the State

Sheila Rowbotham
"Origins and Forms of the British Welfare State"
Monday, July 21st 1985 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Science
"Attitudes Towards the State in the British Women's Movemet, 1970-1982"
Tuesday, July 22nd 1985 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Science
"The Democratization of Economic Planning: The Case of the Greater London Council"
Monday, July 28th 1985 3:30-5:00 8417 Social Science