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This virtual conference will examine the broad scope of the work of Stanley Aronowitz, especially with regard to the labor movement and class consciousness, science and technology, cultural matters, and educational theory and practice. At the heart of Aronowitz’s wide ranging scholarship and activism was his commitment to the liberation of the working class and the oppressed.
Keynote speaker: Cornel West
About Stanley Aronowitz:
Stanley Aronowitz was a towering figure on the American Left over the past 60 years. From his early contributions to the Port Huron Statement (a manifesto of Students for a Democratic Society), to his weekly commentary for the US Guardian, to the publication of the provocative False Promises: The Shaping of American Working-Class Consciousness and beyond, Aronowitz remained engaged throughout his career as a militant union organizer, social and political theorist, and mentor to hundreds of graduate students. He was a distinguished professor at the Graduate Center and the School of Labor and Urban Studies, City University of New York.
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Presented with the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies.