December 7, 2022
From Transform Europe

On 4 December, the conference on unorthodox and Austro-Marxism in Eastern Europe and beyond took place in Vienna. Watch here the recordings of the lectures.

The aim of the conference was to present current research, to deepen knowledge of Austro-Marxist and unorthodox Marxist thought in Eastern Europe from the early 1900s to the beginning of the Second World War, and to encourage further research on the subject.

Austromarxism between the two world wars: the invention of a new kind of internationalism


  • Jean-Numa Ducange, Professor for Contemporary History at the Rouen-Normandie University, France

Worker control, industrial democracy and the transition to socialism in the Central European post-war debate: the specificity of Austromarxism


  • Mattia Gambilonghi, Researcher at the Fondazione Di Vittorio, Rome, Italy

Austromarxists and Social Democrats in West Balkans from fin-de-siecle until 1918


  • Dunja Larise, philosopher and political scientist, Vienna, Austria

From the freest country in the world. The Prague Spring as a joint Czech-Austrian phenomenon


  • Ondřej Holub, historian working at the Institute for Contemporary History of the CAS, Prague
  • Jiří Málek, Chairman of the Board of the Society for European Dialogue / Společnost pro evropský dialog (SPED), Prague; member of the transform! europe board