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Conjuncture: Antonio Gramsci and Subaltern Social Groups | S1 Ep3 Conjuncture

    • Society & Culture

In this third episode of Conjuncture, Jordan T. Camp speaks with political theorist Marcus Green about Antonio Gramsci, Subaltern Social Groups (Columbia University Press, 2021), the volume he co-edited with the late Joseph Buttigieg.   

Conjuncture is a monthly web series and podcast curated and co-produced by Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton for the Trinity Social Justice Initiative. It features interviews with activists, artists, scholars, and public intellectuals. Taking its title from Antonio Gramsci and Stuart Hall’s conceptualization, it highlights intellectual work engaged in struggles over the meaning and memory of particular historical moments. Amidst a global crisis of hegemony, this web series curates conversations about the burning questions of the conjuncture.  

Marcus E. Green teaches Political Science at Pasadena City College and serves as secretary of the International Gramsci Society. He is the editor of Rethinking Gramsci (2011), and co-editor (with Joseph A. Buttigieg) of Antonio Gramsci’s Subaltern Social Groups: A Critical Edition of Prison Notebooks 25, published by Columbia University Press in 2021.   

Jordan T. Camp is an Assistant Professor of American Studies and Co-Director of the Social Justice Initiative at Trinity College.

In this third episode of Conjuncture, Jordan T. Camp speaks with political theorist Marcus Green about Antonio Gramsci, Subaltern Social Groups (Columbia University Press, 2021), the volume he co-edited with the late Joseph Buttigieg.   

Conjuncture is a monthly web series and podcast curated and co-produced by Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton for the Trinity Social Justice Initiative. It features interviews with activists, artists, scholars, and public intellectuals. Taking its title from Antonio Gramsci and Stuart Hall’s conceptualization, it highlights intellectual work engaged in struggles over the meaning and memory of particular historical moments. Amidst a global crisis of hegemony, this web series curates conversations about the burning questions of the conjuncture.  

Marcus E. Green teaches Political Science at Pasadena City College and serves as secretary of the International Gramsci Society. He is the editor of Rethinking Gramsci (2011), and co-editor (with Joseph A. Buttigieg) of Antonio Gramsci’s Subaltern Social Groups: A Critical Edition of Prison Notebooks 25, published by Columbia University Press in 2021.   

Jordan T. Camp is an Assistant Professor of American Studies and Co-Director of the Social Justice Initiative at Trinity College.

48 min

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