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On July 11, 2018 Platypus Affiliated Society members Richard Rubin and James Vaughn gave a teach-in at New York University titled "The Bourgeois Revolution Today."

A teach-in by Chris Cutrone and Richard Rubin on the legacy of the 1917 Russian Revolution today and the problems of Leftist historiography, held February 17, 2017 at the University of Vienna, as part of the 3rd annual Platypus European Conference.

Presented by the Platypus Affiliated Society at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 3 October 2015

Richard Rubin of the Platypus Affiliated Society discusses issues of historiography of the Great French Revolution and the Left at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

A panel discussion organized by the Platypus Affiliated Society on November 22nd, 2013, at the University of Pittsburgh

The Platypus Affiliated Society cordially invites you to attend a discussion about the history of Trotskyism, on Pitt campus next Friday. The discussion will aim to explain the history of Trotskyism to a general audience, & discuss its political relevance in the present--no specialized knowledge will be presumed, & anyone with an interest in the history of Marxism & the Left is welcome. The event will have 15-20 minutes for each speaker, followed by a 15 minute response section, & a 45 minute audience Q&A.

Speakers:
Andrew Wagner (WIL, IMT)
Andrew R. (Member of the ISO who is speaking for himself and does not represent the organization)
Thomas Willis (Platypus)

Moderator:
Richard Rubin (Platypus)

A plenary presentation by Chris Cutrone, Spencer Leonard, and Richard Rubin, delivered on April 7th, 2012 as part of the 2013 Platypus Affiliated International Convention held at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, upon the trajectories of their personal political development that led to Platypus.