On July 19, Dissent is hosting a special event for Solidarity Subscribers. Contributing editor Timothy Shenk will speak with historian Elizabeth Hinton about her important new book, From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime. The conversation will be followed …
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.
Should the left champion jobs for all or advance a basic income as part of a broader anti-work politics? Can we do both? Watch a special panel discussion with Alyssa Battistoni, Darrick Hamilton, Pavlina R. Tcherneva, and Jesse Myerson.
Watch the complete video from a special Dissent discussion between Kurdish activist Dilar Dirik and feminist scholar Meredith Tax.
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.
Kurdish activist Dilar Dirik in conversation with Meredith Tax, Thursday, October 22, 2015, 7 p.m. at the New School.
Nina Howe, Paul Berman, and Sarah Leonard discuss Irving Howe’s legacy and influence with American Jewish historian Tony Michels, May 27, 2015.
In February, Dissent and the India-China Institute co-hosted a panel on “Asia and Dissent in a Time of Strongman Leaders” at the New School, with Alexis Dudden speaking on Japan’s Shinzo Abe, Nina Khrushcheva on Russia’s Vladimir Putin, Ross Perlin on China’s Xi Jinping, and Sanjay Ruparelia on India’s Narendra Modi. The panel was moderated by Dissent editorial board member Jeffrey Wasserstrom.
Please join us this Thursday in NYC for a roundtable discussion with experts on China, India, Japan, and Russia, hosted by the India-China Institute at the New School. Moderator: Jeff Wasserstrom, Chancellor’s professor of History, University of California at Irvine; …