José Carlos Mariátegui and the origins of Latin American Marxism7:00pm Sat 30 Mar
About this session
José Carlos Mariátegui was a key figure in Latin American Marxism. Although he died in 1930 at the age of just thirty-five, he reinterpreted Marxism for the continent, helped build Peru’s first working-class organizations, and challenged the development of reformism in the Communist International. This talk will appraise his life and work.