Michael Heinrich. “Today’s Political Value of Marx’s Theory of Value”

Room 9.64 NB John Jay College 524 West 59th Street

Michael Heinrich is a German historian of philosophy, political scientist, and mathematician, specializing in the critical study of the development of Marx's thought. He has written in depth on Marx’s critique of political economy in his book, The Science of Value. His An Introduction to the Three Volumes of Karl Marx’s Capital is probably the […]

Power for a Just Transition

John Jay College 524 West 59th Street

Using Law and Political Economy as a guiding framework, this workshop will host emerging scholarship in conversation with academics and policymakers, working to identify innovative methods of analysis from law, economics, sociology, or policy that can interrogate and combat hegemonic and capitalist power. Featuring keynote speakers Kate Aronoff (Writer for New Republic) and Isabel Estevez (Deputy Director of Industrial […]

Gerald Epstein. Busting the Bankers’ Club: Finance for the Rest of Us

Room L2.85 John Jay College 524 West 59th Street

Gerald Epstein is Professor of Economics and a Founding Codirector of the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is the author of The Political Economy of Central Banking: Contested Control and the Power of Finance. His new book, Busting the Bankers' Club, recently published by the University of California Press […]

Student Conference

John Jay College 524 West 59th Street

Breakfast (Haaren Hall 336) Presentations Lunch (Haaren Hall 336) Presentations Food and Party (Haaren Hall 336) Paper topics and room numbers can be found in the conference program.

Summer Show with Speakers and Music

The People's Garden 1237 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY, United States

BYO Food to grill! Speakers: Mike Morgan (Hardcrackers) Stephanie Attar (Borough of Manhattan Community College) John Garvey (Hardcrackers) Music: Minaxi Miriam Elhajli Jonah Wolf Light Sweet Crude Will Moloney The […]