William Sewell - "The History of the Future (and its Implications for Politics Now)" - Andreas Glaeser

Bill Sewell will speak on "The History of the Future (and its Implications for Politics Now)," with Andreas Glaeser responding. The talk will frame problems of the coming century (energy, climate, water supply, labor, migrations, etc.) in the context of capitalism's history and explore the way they arise organically out of capitalist development. 

At the Co-op

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About the series: The Free University of Chicago provides a series of public presentations in which faculty explore social, political, and cultural issues of crucial importance locally, nationally, and internationally. These presentations are intended to stimulate critical inquiry and open discussion on topics that are politically and emotionally charged, exploring a wide range of perspectives and entertaining alternatives to conventional wisdom. All who are interested and concerned are invited to participate, within the University community and beyond.

Read more here: https://freeuniversityofchicago.org/

Event Location: 
The Seminary Co-op Bookstore
5751 S. Woodlawn Ave.
Chicago 60637