MML is open Monday to Thursday 12 noon to 4pmPlease ask about other times, especially for room bookings.

Marx Memorial Library,
37a Clerkenwell Green,
London EC1R 0DU,
Tel #44(0) 207 253 1485.


Access by public transport:
Underground: Farringdon on Circle, Hammersmith & Metropolitan lines
British Rail: Thameslink, Farringdon
Buses: 55, 63, 243

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Sunday, 01 Mar 2015
Marx Memorial Library
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Click here to check out our new online course:

Introduction to Marxist political economy: Mon 23 February for 8 weeks;

study with other students and a tutor wherever you live - £20 (£10 concs)                                                                                                                                                                                       

Tuesday 24th February 7pm

Soviet writers on dialectics:

For recommended reading click this link:


The Marx Memorial Library will mark the 30th anniversary
of the end of the miners’ strike on Tuesday
3 March with a panel discussion from 7:30pm including:
Ian Lavery Labour MP, striking miner in 1984/5 and former
President of the N.U.M
Mel Hepworth, striking Yorkshire miner in 1984/5 and founder
of the Facebook page
'30th anniversary of the miners’ strike'
Joyce Sheppard striking miners' wife 1984/5 - Women
Against Pit Closures activist.
Arrivals from 6pm can view an exhibition of NUM plates
and historical documents of the miners' union.
Early arrives may also enjoy tours of the Marx Memorial Library;
the building was used by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels,
Eleanor Marx and you can
see Lenin's office of 1902-3.


Spring: introductory classes on Marx’s

Political Economy - Tutor Martin Graham

Tuesday 17 March: 

The Labour Theory of Value and its background

Tuesday 24 March:

Commodities and Labour: a closer look

Tuesday 31 March: 

Labour Theory of Value: the Tendency for the Rate of Profit to Fall

Tuesday 7 April:

Capitalist Crisis, Neo-Liberal Economics and Marxist Economics




A series of weekly lectures on Art & Revolution

will start on Tuesday 2 June including

Nick Wright on the Art Criticism of Hans Hess -

and Christine Lindey on Soviet Art


Help promote the science of Marxism -
how to apply to join MML
or just make a donation to us  - today!

the Marx Memorial LibraryThe aim of the Marx Memorial

Library & Workers' School Trust

is the advancement of education,

knowledge and learning in 

all aspects of the science of Marxism,

the history of Socialism and the

working class movement.


It is an independent organisation, and a registered charity, financed by its members

and affiliates. The General Committee of Trustees is elected from and by the

membership. The Library has 46,000 volumes in the lending section covering a

range of subjects, including Marx, Engels, Lenin, the Spanish Civil War and the

History of Socialism and the British Labour Movement.

The reference collection has an extensive holding of journals dating from the 1850s.

These include The Red Republican (published 1st English translation of Marx and

Engel's Communist Manifesto), Votes for Women (the Suffragette Journal) and

Commonweal (William Morris); 47,000 pamphlets and many original materials and

books, many of which are unavailable elsewhere.






For contact details scroll down page

For details of our collections check out the Archives tab; for advice, email Meirian Jump, Archivist & Library Development Officer: 


















Monday - Thursday

12 noon to 4pm 



37a Clerkenwell Green

London EC1R 0DU UK

Tel #44(0) 207 253 1485

Registered Charity Number: 270309



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