4:30pm - 6pm
Erwin Steinberg Auditorium, A53 Baker Hall
As part of the Marx@200 event series, Susan Andrade (U Pitt),Marian Aguiar (CMU), Paul Eiss (CMU), Shalini Puri (U Pitt) will address howhave scholars of the global south used, modified, or critiqued Marx’s ideas. Throughthis panel, we will learn about a Mexican village modeled on More’s Utopia, Marxism and memory studies in the Caribbean, Marx’s notions of Westernizationand progress in India, and the Pitt cultural studies common seminar, “Uneven Development and Cultural Production."
For more information at this event and other Marx@200events, visit the Humanities Center.
Shakespeare on Film Screening Series
Every Wednesday, January 21 to May 2
Giant Eagle Auditorium
As part of Professor Stephen Wittek's Shakespeare on Film class, members of the CMU community are invited to join for a free weekly screening of films based on the plays of William Shakespeare. Titles range from "Ran" and "Game of Thrones" by Akira Kurosawa to "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" by Tom Stoppard to "My Own Private Idaho" by Gus Van Sant.