Radio, Television, and Print Interviews

Interview: “Public Voice Salon with John Breden,” MNN Cable (January 31, 2016).

Interview: “Reflections on the Absurd: Sepher Solyman Interviews Stephen Eric Bronner,”
L’itrarcoria (Tehran, in press), translated into Persian.

Interview: “Public Voice Salon with John Breden,” MNN Cable (July 15, 2015).

Interview: “Prejudice and the Right,” The Hungarian Magazine (December 23, 2014).

Interview: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (December 16, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” “The Source with Paul Flahive,” Texas Public Radio (December 9, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” “Equal Time for Free Thought with Matthew St. Clair,” WBAI Radio (November 23, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” “The War and Al Show,” SiriusXM Radio Canada (October 22, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” The Toronto Star (October 11, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” “Equal Time for Free Thought,” WBAI Radio (October 11, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” The New Humanist (September 30, 2014).

Interview: “Why Prejudice Persists?The Daily Beast (September 28, 2014).

Interview: “US and Iran,” IRNA, National Radio of Iran (September 26, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” “The Michaelangelo Signorile Show,” SiriusXM Progress 127 (September 15, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot: Why Prejudice Persists” Campaign for the American Reader, Pg. 99 (August 14, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” “The Moncrief Show,” Irish National Radio (August 12, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot,” Interview with Elias Esquith for Salon (July 31, 2014).

Interview: “The Bigot” Interview with Scott McLemee for Inside Higher Education (July 23, 2014).

Panel Discussion: “Tiananmen Square: 25 Years Later,” “The Fresh Outlook,” EBRU TV (May 31, 2014).

Interview: “Rouhani provided people with hope for improving economic life,” Interview by Kourosh Ziabari, “The Tehran Times” (April 9, 2014).

Interview: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (February 21, 2014).

Interview: “Iran Today,” by Kourosh Ziabari, Fars News Agency, Iran (February 6, 2014).

Interview: Iran (English) Radio (February 4, 2014).

Panel Discussion: “US Foreign Policy in 2013: A Year in Review,” “The Fresh Outlook,” EBRU TV (December 30, 2013).

Panel Discussion: “Nelson Mandela Dies: An Icon of Civil Rights Movement,” “The Fresh Outlook,” EBRU TV (December 7, 2013).

Panel Discussion: “Iran-US Negotiations,” “The Fresh Outlook,” EBRU TV (November 30, 2013).

Panel Discussion: “The UN, Iran, and the United States,” “The Fresh Outlook,” EBRU TV (September 28, 2013).

Interview: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (September 26, 2013).

Panel Discussion:  “Intervention in Syria (Part I and Part II),” “The Fresh Outlook,” EBRU TV (September 7, 2013).

Interview: “Syria in Crisis,” with Michael Cohen WILS Radio (August 26, 2013).

Interview:  “Camus” with James Craig, Liverpool University (August 10, 2013).

Interview: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (July 25, 2013).

Interview: “Rosa Luxemburg: An Interview,” Una Città 204 (July 2013).

Panel discussion: “The Syrian War,” “The Fresh Outlook,” EBRU TV (June 8, 2013).

Interview: “Humanity,” “Our Humanity Matters” (May 1, 2013).

Interview: “Latinos and the Working Class,” LIN@Rutgers (February 19, 2013).

Interview: “Toleration: Church and State,” “The Atheist Viewpoint,” MNN TV: Channel 34 (January 10, 2013).

Interview: “Tensions Between Iran And The U.S. Will Not Exist Forever,” by Kourosh Ziabari, Tehran Times (December 18, 2012); reprinted in Countercurrents (December 19, 2012).

Interview: “Utopia and Reality,” by Chris Mansour, Platypus (December 1, 2012).

Interview: “Modernism at the Barricades,” Biblioklept (September 25, 2012).

Interview: “The Middle East and America,” “Brass Tacks,” MNN TV: Channel 34 (September 22, 2012).

Interview: “Modernism at the Barricades,” 2 half-hour shows for “Brass Tacks,” MNN TV: Channel 34 (August 25, 2012).

Interview: The Mantle (March 18, 2012).

Interview: Pacifica TV-Austin (March 17, 2012).

Interview: “Brass Tacks,” MNN TV: Channel 34 (June 30, 2011).

Interview:  “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (June 16, 2011).

Interview:  “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (June 9, 2011).

Interview: “Inequality and Common Good,” The Toronto Star (April 16, 2011).

Interview: “The Museum as a Cosmopolitan Site,” YouTube: Beyond Campus/iTunes U (February 24, 2011).

Interview: “Political Violence: From America to Egypt (Part I and Part II),” Address to the National Association of Cable Producers: YouTube (January 31, 2011).

Interview: “Teaching the Nation,” Transformations: The Journal of Scholarship and Pedagogy (Winter 2010).

Interview “The Enlightenment and Its Critics,” Sin Permiso, República y socialismo, también para el siglo XXI (Spring 2010).

Interview: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (June 29, 2010).

Interview: “Sobre la Illustracion y sus criticos,” El Viejo Topo 267 (April 2010), pgs. 54-58.

Interview: “Reclaiming the Enlightenment, Part I and Part II” for Changesurfer Radio: Connecticut (February 7, 2010).

Interview: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (September 29, 2009).

Interview: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (February 9, 2009).

Interview: “Anti-Semitism Today,” El Pais (February 13, 2009).

Interview: Fars News Agency, Iran (January 21, 2009).

Interview: “Peace Out of Reach,” “Equal Time for Free Thought,” WBAI (March 2, 2008).

Interview: “The Sudan in Crisis,” Deutsche Welle, German International Radio (October 9, 2007).

Host and Executive Producer: “Hearts & Minds,” Press TVNY: 10 one-hour shows from 9/07 to 6/08. Guests included Richard Bulliet, Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University; David Harvey, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology CUNY Graduate Center; Cornel West, Professor of Religion Princeton University; Frances Fox Piven Distinguished Professor of Political Science CUNY Graduate Center; Richard Murphy, Former Assistant Secretary of State for Middle Eastern Affairs; Pranay Gupte, Senior Correspondent Forbes, Newsweek; Katrina Vanden Heuvel, Editor of The Nation, and others.

Interview: “Peace Out of Reach,” Air-America (July 9, 2007).

Interview: “Peace Out of Reach,” WMET (June 28, 2007).

Interview:  “American Foreign Policy,” Fars News Agency, Iran (June 23, 2007).

Interview: “Saving Darfur,” WNUR, Chicago (June 2, 2007).

Interview: “Geo-Politics and the Tragedy of the Middle East,” Fars News Agency, Iran (October 1, 2006).

Interview: “Sudan, Darfur, and the UN,” Deutsche Welle, German International Radio (September 26, 2006).

Interview: “Lebanon and Beyond,” Fars News Agency, Iran (August 12, 2006).

Interview: “Enlightenment and Faith,” British Broadcasting Bureau (March 22, 2006).

Interview: “The State of Faith,” BBC: Westminster (February 20, 2006).

Interview: “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” U.S. Holocaust Museum (February 16, 2006).

Interview:  “Foreign Policy and the Middle East,” WBAI (December 5, 2006).

Interview: “Blood in the Sand,” WKPW (January 11, 2006).

Interview: “Eye on Books,” “Metro Networks,” for National Public Radio (October 25, 2005).

Interview: “The Jim Bonohan Show,” Westwood One (October 24, 2005).

Interview: “Beyond the Pale with Esther Kaplan,” WBAI Radio (October 16, 2005).

Interview: “Culture Shocks with Barry Lyn,” WAMU Radio (October 14, 2005).

Interview: “The Iraqi Constitution,” Deutsche Welle, German International Radio (October 13, 2005).

Interview: “Evening News with Andrea Sterns,” WBAI Radio (October 3, 2005).

Interview: Fars New Agency, Iran (August 5, 2005).

Interview: “Equal Time for Free Thought,” WBAI Radio (July 3, 2005).

Interview: “Talk of the Nation,” National Public Radio (May 23, 2005).

Interview: “The Plot: Jewish Conspiracies,” “The Leon Charney Show” (May 12, 2005).

Interview: “The Mid-East and the World,” Inno-Mind (April 10, 2005).

Interview: “America and Iran,” Fars News Agency, Iran(February 30, 2005).

Interview for documentary: “Chronicle of Lies: The Protocols of Zion,” Two Cats Production, PBS.

Interviews: “Conversations with Harold Channer,” Channel 34 MNN Cable (September 23, 2004).

Interview: “Seeing Palestine,” WDIQ Pennsylvania, National Public Radio (April 9, 2004).

Interview: “The Plight of the Palestinians,” NEAR FN, Irish Radio (February 5, 2004).

Interview: “The Bush Administration and the Culture of Lying,” Sudwestfunk, German Radio (June 28, 2003).

Interview: “The Middle East in Crisis: Iraq and Iran,” SFB, German Radio (June 10, 2003).

Interview: “Bush and Iraq,” Deutsche Welle, German International Radio (May 30, 2003).

Interview: “Rebuilding Iraq,” KBOO Oregon, Pacifica (April 21, 2003).

Interview: “The Iraqi War,” CN8 Television (March 21, 2003).

Interview: “The Iraqi War,” Deutsche Welle, German International Radio (March, 18, 2003).

Interview: “The History of Socialism,” PBS (March 16, 2003).

Interview: The Daily Record (March 15, 2003).

Interview: Die Tageszeitung (March 4, 2003).

Interview: Home News Tribune, New Brunswick (February 9, 2003).

Debate: “Should We Go to War: A Debate with Stephen David,” WYPR, National Public Radio (February 13, 2003).

Interview: “Iraq,” Deutschlandfunk, German National Radio (January 23, 2003).

Interview: “The Iraq Crisis,” Deutsche Welle, German International Radio (January 2, 2003).

Interview: “American Left-Wing Intellectuals,” SFB, German Radio (November 2002).

Interview: “On the visit of President George Bush,” Deutsche Welle, German International Radio (June 2002).

Interview: “Albert Camus” Deutsche Funk, German Radio (December 2001).

Interview: “The War in Afghanistan,” SFB, German Radio (December 2001).

Interview: “Albert Camus,” Radio Bremen, German Radio (December 2001).

Interview: “Albert Camus,” Bayrisches Rundfunk (December 2001).

Interview: WNYE Radio (September 2000).

Interview: “The Leon Charney Report,” WNYE Television (September 2000).

Interview: “Ideas in Action,” WBAI (March 2000).

Interview: “Albert Camus and Existentialism,” ABC Radio, Melbourne Australia (February 2000).

Interview: “Antisemitism: A Rumor about the Jews,” Bayerisches Rundfunk, German Radio; Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk; Radio Bremen; SFB/ORB (November 1999).

Panel Discussion: “Jewish Culture,” Deutschland Radio (November 1999).

Panel Discussion: “From the 1960s to the 1990s,” Sudwestfunk Berlin (April 1998). 

Interview: Deutsches Radio (October 1997).

Interview: “The German Public and the Persecution of the Jews,” WEVD (June 1996).

Interview: “The Nazis, The Jews, and Ordinary Germans,” Pacifica Radio (June 1996).

Panel Discussion: “Hitler's Willing Executioners,” Suedwestfunk Berlin (May 1996). 

Panel Discussion: “Culture and Censorship: Towards a New McCarthyism?” Sender Freies Berlin (August 1995).

Panel Discussion: “The Globalization of Culture,” Suedwestfunk (August 1994).   

Panel Discussion: “Russia and Yeltsin,” WBAI (October 1993).

Panel Discussion: “The Right and German History,” WNYC (April 1993).

Interview: “The Rise of the Right,” Austria (June 1992). 

Interview: “Socialism Unbound,” Pacifica Radio (August 1991).

Interview: “Conflicts of Consciousness: Multiculturalism and the American University,” Suedwestfunk (July 1991).

Interview: “Socialism Unbound,” KPFK Los Angeles (August 1990).

Letter: “Ernst Bloch's Philosophy,” Letter to the New York Times (December 28, 1986).

Interview: “Gorbachev and Glasnost,” WACTV Austin (May 1986).

Interview: “The Prospects for European Social Democracy,” WACTV Austin (May 1981).

Interview: “The Polish Crisis,” WACTV Austin (April 1981).

Co-anchor: “The French Elections,” WBAI Radio, election coverage (April 1978).

Co-host and commentator: “The Politics of Music” (Part I: Theodorakis and Neruda; Part U: Brecht), WBAI Radio (April 1977).

WNYC Radio: “Memoirs of an Exile: A Three Part Oral History of Europe Between the Two World Wars” (The Weimar Republic; France and the Popular Front; The Spanish Civil War).

 

Invited Lectures

“The Bigot Today,” NJ Society for Free Thought, Bryn Mawr Pennsylvania(January 13, 2016)

 “The True Believer,” NYC Atheists (January 9, 2016).

The Bigot,” The Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University: Newark (November 5, 2014).

“The United States, the Middle East, and Iran,” The New York Theological Seminary (October 29, 2014).

“The Bigot,” The New Jersey Humanist Association, Somerset NJ (October 11, 2014).

Keynote: “International Critical Theory Symposium,” The University of Managua in Brazil (August 13, 2014). Q&A.

Palestine: One State or Two,” International Conference at the Gabriel Péri Foundation, Paris (February 6, 2014).

“Racism and the Internet,” Plenary for UN Meeting hosted by the Special Rapporteur for Racism, New York City (November 11, 2013).

“Communicating the Absurd: Reflections on Albert Camus,” Plenary for the Pennsylvania State Communications Association, Gannon University (October 18, 2013).

“Movements and Parties,” Future Leaders Program, Rutgers University (July 18, 2013).

Utopia and Politics,” Plenary Session of the Convention of International Platypus Affiliates, Chicago (April 7, 2013).

“Elections and Radical Movements,” Future Scholars Program, Rutgers University (August 1, 2012).

“The Right, The Left, The Election: The Tea Party, OWS, and the Presidential Campaign of 2012,” Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Berlin (May 24, 2012).

“Ruth Fischer and Paul Levi: Communism and the Crisis of Democracy,” sponsored by Yeshiva University, New York City (April 23, 2012).

“Occupying the Future,” The Left Forum, Pace College, New York City (March 17, 2012).

“Occupying Society,” Occupy Central New Jersey, First Baptist Church, Piscataway NJ (December 2, 2011).

Human Rights and American Foreign Policy,” The Changing Middle East: Implications for US-Iran Relations sponsored by the American-Iranian Council and Georgetown University (June 7, 2011).

“Right-Wing Media and Political Violence (Part I and Part II),” Association of Cable Access Producers, New York City (January 31, 2011).

“Obama’s Afghanistan,” Plenary Panel: YDSA Convention, New York City (March 6, 2010).

“Teach-In: Four Questions about Our Afghani Policy,” Rutgers University (February 10, 2010).

“The Museum as a Cosmopolitan Site,” Temporaen Kunsthalle, Berlin, (November 24, 2009).

“Critical Theory American Style: C. Wright Mills and the Tradition” CUNY: Graduate Center, New York City (October 16, 2009).

“Of Guns and Butter: Arms Running in Africa and Darfur,” The New York Theological Seminary (October 9, 2009).

“Reclaiming the Enlightenment: Then and Now,” Swedish Association of Sciences, Stockholm (May 19, 2009).

“Darfur and Humanitarian Intervention,” Plenary Speech for the Global Studies Association, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton (May 9, 2009).

“Dealing with Darfur,” Central New Jersey Coalition against War, Highland Park   (April 25, 2009).

“Enlightenment Today,” Graduate School for International Studies, University of Denver (April 20, 2009).

“Hunger in Africa,” International Conference Against Hunger, New Brunswick, (April 5, 2009).

“American Foreign Policy and the Democrats,” Young Democratic Socialists of America, New York City (February 23, 2009).

“America and the World,” William Paterson University, Wayne NJ (November 23, 2008).

“Stages of Peace: Syria and the West,” Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, Newark (November 15, 2008).

“Reflections on the Saffron Revolution,” Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, Newark (October 29, 2009).

“Political Liberty and Social Justice,” University of Cape Town, South Africa (July 8, 2008).

“The United States, Sudan, and Darfur,” Left Forum, Cooper Union NY (March 15, 2008).

“Divide and Conquer: Identity Politics, Progressive Action, and Resistance,” William Paterson University, Wayne NJ (February 20, 2008).

“The Iraq Moratorium,” Plenary for the Young Democratic Socialists of America Convention, New York City (March 15, 2008).

“New Perspectives on the Darfur Crisis,” Center for African Studies, Rutgers University (February 13, 2008).

“Sudan, Darfur, and American Foreign Policy,” The Commission on Peace and Justice-Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, Veterans For Peace, The Interfaith Alliance of NYS, Bethlehem Neighbors For Peace, and Women Against War, Albany NY (August 17-18, 2007). 

“American Foreign Policy and the Neo-Conservatives,” Logos Public Sphere Project, New York (August 7, 2007).

“Reclaiming the Enlightenment,” The Humanist Association, Fairlawn NJ (April 14, 2007).

“Leaving Iraq,” PIRG, New Brunswick, (March 28, 2007).

“The Sudan and the Crisis in Darfur,” Ermeritii Assembly and the   Graduate Students Association, Rutgers University (March 29, 2007).

“Reclaiming the Enlightenment,” Loyola University, Chicago (February 9, 2007).

“Anti-Semitism and Its Resurgence,” Tikkun, Chicago (February 11, 2007).

“Neo-Conservatism in America,” University of Central Arkansas, Conway AR (October 27, 2006).

“The Sudan and the Crisis in Darfur,” Center for African Studies, Rutgers University (October 24, 2006).

“The Sudan and the Darfur Crisis,” Dialogue for Civilizations Conference: Council for International Friendship, Khartoum, Sudan (September 6, 2006).

“Enlightenment Now?” The New Humanist, London (March 21, 2006).

“Politics and Resistance,” Wolfsohn Center, New School University (March 16, 2006).

“Travels and Travails in the Middle East,” Long Island University (March 2, 2006).

“The Elections in Palestine,” Association for International Relations, Rutgers University (February 2006).

“Herbert Marcuse and the Birth of Critical Political Theory,” Eros and Civilization: 50th Anniversary Conference, St. Joseph’s Conference, Philadelphia (November 2005).

“The Protocols of Zion in the Inter-War Period,” Boston University (October 2005).

“America After 9/11 and the Geo-Strategic Implications of the Iraq War,” Institute of Scientific Research, Teheran (September 2005).

“The Enlightenment and Secularism,” The Ethical Culture Society, Teaneck NJ (April 2005).

“Gaza and the Road to Peace,” NYU Students for Justice in Palestine, NYU (April 2005).

Distinguished Scholar Lecture: College of St. Rose, Albany NY (March 2005).

“Arguing the Enlightenment,” The Marxist Symposium, Center for European Studies, NYU (January 29, 2005).

“Fiction/Non-Fiction,” Zurich Dialogues, Dusseldorf (September 2004).

“Academic Justice in Palestine,” A Just Peace in Israel-Palestine Conference, Brussels (July 3, 2004).

“The Problem in Palestine,” Unitarian Universalist Church co-sponsored by Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA (April 2004).

“America and the War in Iraq,” Plenary State University of New York: Cortland (March 2004).

“The War in Iraq,” Unitarian Universalist Church, Bethlehem PA (October 25, 2003).

“US Foreign Policy: A Debate with Former German Ambassador John C. Kornblum,” Initiative Hauptstadt, Berlin (June 11, 2003).

“Liberalism, Rights and Cosmopolitanism,” Second International Human Rights Conference, Mofid University, Qom, Iran (May 18, 2003).

“Baghdad Memories,” Rutgers University (February 24, 2003).

“Baghdad Memories and the Prospects for War,” University of Maryland: Baltimore County (February 13, 2003).

“War in Iraq,” Hudson Valley Peace Coalition, St. Peter’s College (February 4, 2003).

“Baghdad Memories,” Blair Academy, New Jersey (January 22, 2003).

“The American Left and Iraq,” Rosa Luxemburg Institute, Berlin (November 2002).

“Blinded by the Light: On the Limits of Subjectivism,” Zurich Dialogues, Ascona (May 2002).

“The Last Bolshevik: Radek, a Novel by Stefan Heym,” The Center for Global Change and Governance at The Graduate School, Rutgers University-Newark (April 2002).

“Albert Camus,” Literaturhaus, Berlin (December 2001).

“Gandhi: Non-Violence and the Violence of Our Times,” Gandhi Association, Rutgers University (October 2001).

“The End of History Revisited,” University of Leipzig (June 2001).

“Libeling the Jews: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion — Then and Now,” Jewish Studies Conference, Northeastern University (May 2001).

“Anti-Semitism Past and Present,” University of Washington: Tacoma and the Jackson Center of Seattle (April 2001).

“New Strategies for Progressive Politics,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (April 2001).

“Anti-Semitism Past and Present,” Columbia University Seminar: Contents and Methods (February 2001).

“A Rumor about the Jews,” Center for Holocaust Studies, Brookdale Community College and the Monmouth County Library in New Jersey (October 2000).

“The Crisis of a Prejudice: Notes on Anti-Semitism Today,” Universitaet Potsdam, Germany (June 2000).

“The Crisis of a Prejudice: Notes on Anti-Semitism Today,” Universitaet Oldenburg, Germany (June 2000).

“Red Dreams and the New Millennium: Notes on Rosa Luxemburg,” Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Berlin (June 2000).

“Anti-Semitism: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow,” Columbia University (December 1999).

Commentator to “Ideas in Action: The Political Theory of Stephen Eric Bronner,” Caucus for a New Political Science at the American Political Science Association (September 1999).

“On the Merits of Critical Theory,” Universitaet Leipzig (January 1999).

“Looking Backwards: 1968 Thirty Years After,” Budapest University, Hungary (November 1998).

“The Limits of Metatheory: Reconsidering Dialectic of Enlightenment,” Budapest University (November 1998).

“On the Holocaust,” New School for Social Research (October 1998).

“Critical Theory and Historical Judgment: Reconsidering the Dialectic of Enlightenment,” Critical Theory in Contexts: An International Conference at Tel Aviv University, Israel (June 1998).

“Kant’s Idea of Knowledge,” Zuricher Gespraech in Duesseldorf, Germany (October 1997).

“The Foundations of Fascism,” Long Island University (October 1997).

“Making Sense of Hell: New Considerations on the Holocaust,” York University, Toronto (March 1997).

“Neoconservatism and Neonationalism,” Insitut fur Fort-und Weiter Bildun,  Rottenburg- Stuttgart (July 1996).

“The Vagaries of Democratic Theory,” The Club Malraux at the Europaische Akademie, Berlin, Germany (July 1995).

“Public Action and Private Choices,” Zurcher Gespraech in Ascona, Switzerland (October 1994).

“What's Left,” Inaugural Lecture for a two year symposium at St. Lawrence University (April 1993).

“The Future of the European Labor Movement,” University of Denver (April 1993).

“The Authoritarian Mind,” International Conference on Humanistic Psychology,  Moscow (July 1992).

“On the Rise of the International Right,” Karl Renner Institute, Vienna (June 1992).

“Marx and Democratic Theory,” New School for Social Research (March 1991).

“Contradictions in Democratic Theory,” JFK Institute, Free University of Berlin (November 1990).

“Democracy in America,” JFK Institute, Free University of Berlin (November 1990).

“Democratic Ethics,” Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Williams College (May 1990).

“Karl Marx and the Rise of Democratic Socialism,” Lafayette College (February 1989).

“The Origins of Western Marxism,” University of Massachusetts: Amherst (April 1988).

“The Foundations of Marxism,” University of Texas: Austin (February 1988).

“Rosa Luxemburg and the Contemporary Left,” N.Y. Marxist School (November 1987).

“The Nazi Spectacle,” New School for Social Research (May 1986).

“The Politics of Social Democracy,” Lehigh University (October 1985).

“Rosa Luxemburg: Marxism and Democracy,” Black Rose Society, MIT (April 1985).

“History of the Internationals,” Three Lectures at the New York Socialist School (April 1982).

“Poland Today,” Rutgers University Teach-in (May 1981).

“Rosa Luxemburg’s Marxism,” University of Texas: Austin (March 1981).

“Socialism and Democracy,” New College, University of Southern Florida (February 1979).

“The Future of Socialism,” University of Texas: Austin (February 1978).

Conference Presentations

“Why the Left Needs Marx,” Historical Materialism Conference, New York (April 27, 2013).

“Recollections of a Solitary Syndicalist,” Memorial for Robert Fitch, Brecht Forum (September 19, 2011).

“Rational Radicalism: On the Thought of Stephen Eric Bronner,” APSA (August, 2011).

“A Response to My Critics,” The Left Forum, Pace University, New York City (March 20, 2011).

“Remembering Bob Fitch,” The Left Forum, Pace University, New York City (March 20, 2011).

“Democrats at the Crossroads,” Democrats of Rutgers University, New Brunswick (March 1, 2011).

“Cultural Responses to the Question of Genocide,” International School for Caucasus Studies, The Republic of Georgia, Tbilisi (November 19, 2010).

Chair and Participant: “Obama’s Afghanistan,” The Left Forum, Pace University, New York City (March 2010).

“Critical Theory and Democratic Vision,” Brecht Forum, New York (March 2009).

“America and the World,” American Political Science Association, Boston (August 2008).

“American Foreign Policy and the Bush Administration,” American Sociological Association, New York (August 2007).

“Psychoanalysis and the Enlightenment,” American Sociological Association, New York (August 2007).

“Economic Equality and Inequality,” William Paterson University (April 2006).

“The End of Enlightenment?” Institute for Public Policy Research, London England (March 2006).

“The Class Ideal and the Current Crisis,” Labor Section, American Political Science Association, Washington, DC (September 2005).

“Foreign Policy and War,” Roundtable Participant at the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC (September 2005).

“The Enlightenment: Yesterday and Today,” Left Dialogues, CUNY: Graduate Center (April 2005).

“Romancing the Past,” German Graduate Student Conference, Rutgers University (February 2005).

“The Role of the Public Intellectual,” American Political Science Association, Chicago (September 2004).

“Closing Plenary,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (March 2004).

“The Enlightenment Today,” Socialist Scholars Conference (March 2004).

“America and the World,” Socialist Scholars Conference (March 2004).

“The Limits of Metaphysics,” American Political Science Association, Philadelphia (September 2003).

“The Politics of Suffering,” American Political Science Association, Philadelphia (September 2003).

“Rethinking T.W. Adorno,” Socialist Scholars Conference (March 15, 2003).

“Iraq and the Middle East Crisis,” Socialist Scholars Conference (March 15, 2003).

“Author Meets Critic: Dick Howard, The Specter of Democracy,” Socialist Scholars Conference (March 15, 2003).

“Art and Politics,” Socialist Scholars Conference (March 15, 2003).

“Intellectuals in a Time of War,” American Political Science Association, Boston (September 2002).

“Marx’s Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte: Democracy, Dictatorship and the Class Struggle,” American Political Science Association, Boston (September 2002).

“Cultural Preconditions for Cosmopolitanism,” Democracy Collaborative, American Academy, Berlin (June 2002).

“Politics and the Academy,” American Political Science Association, Washington, DC (September 2000).

“The Culture of Work in a Global Society,” A Working Culture II sponsored by the European Union (June 1999).

“Why Heidegger?” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (April 1999).

“Civil Society: A Global Perspective,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (April 1999).

“Herbert Marcuse in Retrospect,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (March 1998).

“The Communist Manifesto: 150th Anniversary,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (March 1998).

“Does Socialism Have a Future?” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (March 1998).

“The Dialectic of Enlightenment at 50,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1997).

“Globalization of Communication and Intercultural Experience,” International Society of Political Psychology, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland (July 1997).

“Globalism and Nationalism,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1995).

“Democracy and Civil Society,” Normative Theory/Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1994).

“The Vagaries of Democratic Theory,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (April 1994).

“Theodor Adorno Today,” Northeastern Political Science Association, Newark (December 1993).

“1968 in the Memory of the Present,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1993).

“Critical Theory Today,” Institut de Sociologie, The Sorbonne, Paris (June 1993).

“1968: Twenty Five Years Later,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (April 1993).

“The Relevance of Socialism in a Post-Communist World,” Midwest Radical Scholars Conference (October 1992).

“Marxism Revisited,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1992).

“Democratic Socialism/Dictatorship of the Proletariat?” Socialist Scholars Conference (April 1992).

“Socialism, Markets, and Democracy,” American Political Science Association (August 1991).

“Fromm in America,” Erich Fromm and the Frankfurt School: An International Symposium, Stuttgart, Germany (May 1991).

“Socialism and Democracy,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York (April 1991).

Panelist: “The Iraq Crisis,” JFK Institute, Free University of Berlin (November 1990).

“The American Left and Eastern Europe,” American Political Science Association (August 1990).

“In Memoriam: Christian Bay,” American Political Science Association (August 1990).

“Politics and Culture,” American Political Science Association (August 1990).

“The End of Communism,” Political Parties and the Future of Democracy: A Symposium, University of North Texas (April 1990).

“Socialism and Revolution,” Socialist Scholars Conference (April 1990).

“Marxism and the French Revolution,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1989).

“Perspectives on the French Revolution,” American Political Science Association (August 1989).

“Reform and Revolution in the Modem Era,” Socialist Scholars Conference (April 1989).

“New Directions in Marxism and Democratic Theory,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1988).

“After Reagan,” Center for Transformative Politics, American Political Science Association (August 1987).

“Socialism and Rights,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1987).

“The Ernst Bloch Centennial,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1986).

“The Politics of Emotion,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (September 1985).

“Georg Lukács and Ernst Bloch: The Story of a Friendship,” Georg Lukács Centennial Conference, New School For Social Research (April 1985).

“Freedom and Socialist Theory,” Socialist Scholars Conference, Borough of Manhattan Community College (April 1985).

“The Bureaucratic Phenomenon,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (September 1984).

“The State in Capitalist Society,” American Political Science Association (September 1983).

“The Fall of Weimar,” Political Economy Colloquium, Rutgers University (February 1983).

“The SPD: An Identity Crisis,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (September 1982).

“The Crisis of Advanced Industrial Societies in Europe,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1981).

“The Limits of American Reform Policies,” American Political Science Association (August 1981).

“Eduard Bernstein and the Politics of False Pragmatism,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1980).

“Herbert Marcuse Symposium,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1980).

“The Concept of Western Marxism,” New York University (June 1980).

“Gramsci's Political Theory,” Caucus for a New Political Science, American Political Science Association (August 1979).

“The Crisis of Euro-Communism,” New Jersey Political Science Association (April 1978).

“The Marxian Dialectic and the Concept of the Concrete,” Union of Radical Political Economists Conference, Berkeley, California (August 1977).

“Marinetti and the Futurists,” Social Theory and the Arts Conference,  Stockton State College (April 1977).

“Contemporary French Thought and Literature,” Politics and Literature Conference, Rutgers University (April 1977).