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       PSN is a moderated list devoted to the examination of issues of theoretical and political importance to sociologists.        We seek intellectually stimulating debates around issues such as the nature of the "New World Order," the globalization of capital, the redistribution of labor from the South to the North and its effects on labor struggles, racism, sexism, sexual politics, the resurgence of white supremacist groups, nationalism and ethnic struggles, the future of democracy in an increasingly polarized world and so forth. Last, but not least, we seek a debate about the relevance of Marxism for the theoretical and empirical investigation of the present historical conjuncture. We especially encourage the participation of graduate students through an atmosphere that is supportive as well as intellectually stimulating.

      PSN has hosted a seminar on the 150th anniversary of the Manifesto.

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  • Martha
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    Martha.Gimenez at Colorado.Edu

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    Last revised September 16, 2004