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Rosa Luxemburg & International Law: online workshop followed by public lecture by Dana Mills - took place on Thursday, 15 September 2022. Please see the programmeLink opens in a new window.

Keynote: Dana Mills - Socialism or Barbarism, 150 years on?

In this talk the legacy and contribution of Rosa Luxemburg to radical history and theory will be examined against the backdrop of the world in 2022. What can we learn from this giant of social justice, exactly 150 years after she was born?

Bio: Dana Mills received her DPhil from Mansfield College, Oxford in 2014. She has held teaching and research positions at NYU, Northwestern, American Dance Festival, University of Oxford and University of Amsterdam, among others. She is the author of Dance and Politics: Moving beyond Boundaries (Manchester University Press, 2016); Rosa Luxemburg (Reaktion, 2020) and Dance and Activism (Bloomsbury, 2020). Since March 2021 she is the Director of External Relations and Development at Peace Now.


Keynote - audio only
Miriam Pieschke (Rosa Luxemburg Foundation) - 15th December 2022
From the Periphery to the Centre: An Approach to Rosa Luxemburg from a Feminist Perspective

Full workshop programme and speaker list can be accessed hereLink opens in a new window.

Co-sponsored by the Society of Legal Scholars, the Centre for Critical Legal Studies, Warwick Law School, and the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.