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Gramsci: Everything that Concerns People July 24, 2012

Posted by irishelectionliterature in Communism, International Politics, The Left.
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Thought this might be of interest, a documentary on Antonio Gramsci that I came across on Twitter.
“Gramsci: Everything that Concerns People” (1987), made for Channel4 (Scotland) by Mike Alexander and Douglas Eadie, with Tom Nairn as script consultant.

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1. Tomboktu - July 24, 2012
irishelectionliterature - July 25, 2012

Missed that, apologies.

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2. Gramsci: Everything that Concerns People (1987) « Entdinglichung - July 25, 2012

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3. eamonncork - July 25, 2012

Extraordinary find. Fair play. This is kind of thing which shows CLR at its best.

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4. Sara - July 25, 2012

Thanks for that.

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5. PJ Callan - July 26, 2012

The CP Britain have published a pamhle ton Gramsci and Eurocommunist, available at Connolly Books

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6. eamonncork - July 26, 2012

There’s an interesting lecture on Gramsci by Eric Hobsbawm on Youtube. I was going to post it up but it’s divided into seven ten minute parts and I wonder if there might be some way to upload it in less unwieldy form.

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7. Jim Monaghan - July 26, 2012
8. click here - November 25, 2012

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