Unfortunately, this event has been canceled. Please stay tuned for further Dissent events. Acts of Resistance: Civic Alternatives to Executive Overreach Monday, April 17 6:30–8:30pm CUNY Graduate Center 365 5th Ave New York, NY 10016 Rooms C201/C202/C203 Atossa Araxia Abrahamian …
Join Sarah Jaffe, Michelle Chen, Pam Galpern, Bhairavi Desai, and Rabyaah Althaibani for a discussion about how labor can fight Trump.
Join Dissent editors and writers for a discussion on the Future of Work with Atossa Araxia Abrahamian, Kate Aronoff, and J.C. Pan, moderated by Sarah Jaffe and Natasha Lewis and followed by a karaoke after-party.
Join Bhaskar Sunkara, Nancy Fraser, Paul Berman, Robert Master, Deva Woodly, and Michael Kazin for a debate on how the left can fight—and defeat—Trumpism.
Londoners: Join Dawn Foster, Peter Mandler, Pragna Patel, and Natasha Lewis to discuss the political shocks of the past year, and how the left should respond in 2017.
Join Dissent editors and contributors to discuss the challenges feminists will face under a Trump presidency, and how our movements can fight back.
Mark Lilla will deliver the twenty-first annual Irving Howe Memorial Lecture at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 3, in the Elebash Recital Hall of the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue (at 34th Street). His subject will be “On Political …
On Tuesday, November 29, join the Sociology Department at CUNY Graduate Center and Dissent editors in remembering the life of Bogdan Denitch.
Join us on Thursday, October 6 for an evening of short readings from our Fall issue.
Join Dissent writers, editors, and fellow travelers for a panel discussion and after-party to launch our Spring issue, The Fight for Climate Justice, and our new climate podcast, Hot & Bothered. From the Tar Sands to Energy Democracy: Visions for the …
Join Janae Bonsu, Darrick Hamilton, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, and Mychal Denzel Smith to discuss BYP100’s Agenda to Build Black Futures, a set of economic goals and structural changes that could improve the lives of black people in the United States.
Join us on February 5 in Brooklyn for a celebration of our Winter issue!
Join Michael Walzer for a lecture on politics and democratic internationalism.
Michael Javen Fortner and Marie Gottschalk debate criminal justice reform, Thursday, December 10, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at CUNY’s Murphy Institute.
Should the left champion jobs for all or advance a basic income as part of a broader anti-work politics? Can we do both? Join Dissent, Jacobin, and the New Economy Coalition for a panel discussion, November 9 in Brooklyn.