CfP: National Liberation, World Revolution: Anti-Colonial Networks and the Origins of Global Communism, 1914-24

International workshop hosted by the Institute of Contemporary History, New University of Lisbon, on November 26-27, 2021   


The end of the First World War and the Russian Revolution inaugurated a period of unprecedented global effervescence. Europe has often been regarded as the epicentre of these agitations and the Moscow-centred international communist movement as their protagonist.

CfP: Penser la solidarité : un défi à relever dans l’urgence

La crise sanitaire provoquée par la Covid-19 a révélé et accentué d’importantes inégalités sociales liées à la classe, au genre et à la race, et ce notamment dans de nombreux pays occidentaux. Ces inégalités mettent à l’épreuve les modèles politiques démocratiques et libéraux et permettent aussi de reposer la question de la solidarité à de nouveaux frais.

New rarities in the Library of the Labour Movement’s Collection of Socialism (Finland)

The Library of the Labour Movement, Finland, has supplemented its Collection of Socialism, Marxism and Other Leftist Ideologies with relevant, and partly rare, foreign ephemera and booklets. The material has been catalogued into the library’s database and is now available for public use. The cataloguing project was funded by Yrjö Sirola Foundation.

News from the Working Class Movement Library, as we mark the anniversary of Peterloo

Opportunity to visit the Library this Friday 

We are delighted to be running a second pilot 'return to WCML' day for exhibition visitors this Friday, 20 August.  Our ground floor will be open by appointment between 10.30am and 4.30pm that day - click here to book free tickets. You'll be able to view our exhibition Thomas Paine: citizen of the world and view our ground floor display area which contains lot


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