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Why Marx Now: 200 Years Later

When: Thu., Sept. 14, 4:30 p.m. 2017

Why Marx Now: 200 Years Later September 14th 4:30 pm Porter Hall 100, Carnegie Mellon University Free, open to the public For the last 50 years Karl Marx has been a central figure for the humanities—we have used his work to explain history, to analyze art, to philosophize, and to interpret literature. According to one study Marx is the single most frequently cited scholar in the humanities. As we look ahead to Marx’s 200th birthday, coming up in May of 2018, we see that Marx and his writings have become increasingly relevant since the global financial collapse of 2008. Marx's

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