Richard D. Wolff | Capitalism Hits the Fan: A Marxian View

Lecture by Professor Rick Wolff, Department of Economics at the University of Massachusetts - Amherst on October 7, 2008.


Stephen Resnick | Econ 305 Marxian Economics | On-line Course

This is a 57-part video lecture of Professor Resnick's Marxian Economics course, taught in the Department of Economics at UMass Amherst.

Topics include class exploitation, a brief history on Marx, Richard Rorty and overdetermination, using Hegelian logic to understand Marxian analysis, Marx's theory of class, understanding inflation and the business cycle, capitalist competition, international competition, colonialism, monopoly capitalism, among others.

YouTube playlist of complete course.


Marxism 2000: The Party's Not Over

Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
“Globalizing Globalization”
Plenary Theme: Global (Dis)Orders
Marxism 2000: The Party's Not Over
September 22, 2000
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

David Harvey
“Globalization and the Return of Species Being”
Plenary Theme: Global (Dis)Orders
Marxism 2000: The Party's Not Over
September 22, 2000
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

David Ruccio
“Rethinking Globalization, or Will the New David Livingstone Please Stand Up?”
Plenary Theme: Global (Dis)Orders
Marxism 2000: The Party's Not Over
September 22, 2000
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Doug Henwood
Plenary Theme: (Re)Turns to Class
Marxism 2000: The Party's Not Over
September 23, 2000
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Angela Davis
“Class and the Prison Industrial Complex”
Plenary Theme: (Re)Turns to Class
Marxism 2000: The Party's Not Over
September 23, 2000
University of Massachusetts at Amherst


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