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Professor of History

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University of Manitoba
114A-745 Bannatyne Avenue
Winnipeg , Manitoba R3E 0J9

Company Description: Established in 1877, the University of Manitoba is the oldest university in Western Canada. Since 1935, the Faculty of Education has established a strong tradition...   more

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Speaker Bios « World Peace Forum Teach-in, 22 Nov 2010 [cached]
Henry Heller is a professor of history at the University of Manitoba. He wrote The Cold War and the New Imperialism: A Global History, 1945-2005, an account of global history since 1945, which ties together the narrative of the Cold War to that of neo-liberalism and the new imperialism in ways that illuminate and clarify the dilemmas of the present moment.
Faculty for Palestine | CAIA, 7 Feb 2011 [cached]
Henry Heller, Professor, Department of History, University of Manitoba
Henry ..., 1 Mar 2009 [cached]
Henry Heller
Henry Heller teaches history at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. He is most recently the author of The Cold War and the New Imperialism: A Global History, 1945-2005 (Monthly Review Press, 2006).
Pluto Press - Search Results, 16 Aug 2012 [cached]
With the care of a surgeon, Heller dissects the divergent body of analysis regarding this contentious subject. He does not shy away from the numerous controversies; instead, always grounding himself in Marx's analysis, he separates the wheat from the chaff in each contribution.
Heller has already contributed to our understanding the transition from feudalism to capitalism through his outstanding work on French history. His new work provides us with a comprehensive, critical but balanced account from a classical Marxist perspective of the entire debate and its various controversies. Particularly impressive is the way in which he demonstrates that any serious approach to the transition cannot be restricted to discussing economic changes, but has to encompass the totality of social relationships, including, crucially, those embedded in the state.
Henry Heller
In the light of the deepening crisis of capitalism and continued non-Western capitalist accumulation, Henry Heller re-examines the debates surrounding the transition from feudalism to capitalism in Europe and elsewhere.
Focusing on arguments about the origin, nature and sustainability of capitalism, Heller offers a new reading of the historical evidence and a critical interrogation of the transition debate. He advances the idea that capitalism must be understood as a political as well as an economic entity.
Henry Heller is a Professor of History at the University of Manitoba, Canada. He is the author of The Cold War and the New Imperialism: A Global History, 1945-2005 (2006); The Bourgeois Revolution in France (2006) and Labour, Science and Technology in France 1500-1620 (1996).
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Review by Henry Heller, University of Manitoba, February 1999.
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