This week I gave my traditional pair of lectures on Marxist economics to the program Political Economy and Social Movements for which I'm one of the instructors. Every time I do this I tweak them a bit, but this time I finally prepared PowerPoints. (Resistance is futile.)
Some readers might be interested in these slides. Obviously, there's a lot in these talks that I don't put in the notes, but you should get the general idea. Let me know if you see ways they can be improved.
The first talk covers historical materialism, the second Marxist economics in particular.