Holden Village, a U.S. socialist society in miniature built by Lutheran and other volunteers in an abandoned mining town in the mountains of Washinton state, was so kind to invite me to be a member of their volunteer teaching staff this summer. In that capacity, I led a series of ten conversations on socialism and planning. I am extremely happy for that and equally thankful to the army of people who made it all possible and real.
The conversations with various, always very engaged, audiences were audio recorded by the Village’s staff and will be made available at some point in the near future on their web site’s archives. I was hoping to video record them myself, but the task proved to be too daunting. So I abandoned the idea on the very first day.
I am always catching up with my life. But, other pressing tasks permitting, some revised and amended version of those conversations will be posted on this blog at some point in the future.