Enzo Traverso interviewed by Vincent Martign about the current state of the international left and its future prospects.
George Souvlis interviews Enzo Traverso on the emergence of far-right movements across the European continent, drawing on Traverso's extensive body of work since the 1990s.
“Shoah” filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, who died this month, forever changed the world’s understanding of the Holocaust — for better and for worse
It is imperative that we succeed in defending the ZAD just as it is imperative that we succeed in defending the SNCF, the universities, and all the public services, against Emmanuel Macron and the world that he represents
We must break with “anti-totalitarian” horizon inherited from the neoconservative restoration of the 1980s.
There is something both refreshing and salutary in rediscovering Ernst Bloch, the philosopher of utopia, at this most anti-utopian age.
Michael Löwy reviews Enzo Traverso’s Left-Wing Melancholia. This article from Viento Sur was translated by David Broder.