Carnegie Mellon University
Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Love, Capital, and Writing Marx’s History

At this event we will learn what it was like for Gabriel and Sperber to research and write about Marx, and how two prize-winning historians can see the same historical figure so differently.
Thursday, November 02, 2017

Building Communities of Power and Resistance in the Age of Trump

What can ordinary people do to gain power in the age of Trump? Find out at this talk by Jennifer Epps-Addison at the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD)—a high profile social justice organization focused on progressive policy-making and grassroots organizing.
Thursday, October 19, 2017

Robotics, Pittsburgh and the Future of Work

What is the future of work? While some are sounding the alarm bell about the likelihood that American workers will soon be replaced by robots, at the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute, Suzy Teele argues that there will be manufacturing jobs in the future—they will just be different jobs.
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