Marx as a Migrant – A digital narrative
Karl Marx lived a long life as a migrant. Fleeing from the Prussian state, censorship and possible arrest, important stops on his journey were Paris, Brussels and London. These cities shaped his political activities, his engagement with political fellow-travellers, as well as his intellectual development and thus his entire work.
At the click of a mouse, you can follow Marx as a migrant from city to city. You can not only immerse yourself in his time, but also discover that even today, traces of his life and work continue to be seen in Paris, Brussels and London.
Each station takes about 45 minutes.
- Marx and Proudhon
Between veneration and contempt: Marx and Proudhon
Since the start of the summer, Marx has also been in closer contact with the leaders of the League of the Just and the leaders of a number of secret French workers’ societies. Since the autumn of 1844 he has also been in touch with Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.