Sugarman Workshop 4
The fourth workshop will take place in Ann Arbor between November 11 and 18, 2015, on the problem of the effects of EP Thompson's writing on historical scholarship. Many researchers at Wits and Michigan share a common interest in the theoretical problems of writing emprically driven social history of Thompsonian provenance. These theoretical concerns allow for a productive comparative dialogue about capitalism, class and culture across very diverse national contexts. The current planning for the workshop is described here :
Please fill out the form below, including a paragraph on how your existing work speaks to at least one theme of the workshop as described in the concept paper. If it is possible to provide links to published work, please do so. Please submit this form before May 1, 2015.
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Please provide a paragraph account of how your existing work speaks to at least one theme of the workshop as described in the concept paper. If it is possible to provide links to published work, please do so.
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