[act-ma] South African Marxist Patrick Bond at Suffolk University next week

John C Berg jberg at suffolk.edu
Thu Sep 24 06:44:45 PDT 2009

Patrick Bond, radical geographer and political economist and Director of the
Center for Civil Society at the University of KwaZulu Natal, will spend next
week at Suffolk University as a Distinguished Visiting Scholar. Public
events include the following:

Tuesday, September 29, 1 PM -- lecture "Climate Change: What's Wrong with
Carbon Trading" Sawyer 427/429, 8 Ashburton Place

Wednesday, September 30, 7 PM -- lecture, "South African Politics in the
Zuma Era," Donahue 311, 41 Temple Street. Preceded by reception in the
McDermott Conference Room, first floor of the same building.

Thursday, October 1, 1 PM -- debate on "The Current Crisis and the Future of
Capitalism" with Patrick Bond, David Tuerck (Director of the Beacon Hill
Institute), and Sebastián Royo (Professor of Government and Associate Dean,
Suffolk University)

All are welcome!

Directions and a map can be found at

More information from Nicole Vadnais, nvadnais at suffolk.edu, 617-305-6316

John C. Berg, Professor and Chair
Government Department, Suffolk University
8 Ashburton Place
Boston MA 02108-2770
+1 (617) 573-8126 (office)
+1 (617) 899-7324 (mobile)

Twitter: jcberg

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