As his latest book Revolution is published, the Italian historian Enzo Traverso discusses the French presidential election and the uses that the left can make of the past to imagine its future.
A recent interview with Enzo Traverso in the Cornell Chronicle about his new book Revolution: An Intellectual History.
Enzo Traverso on post-fascism in times of pandemic.
Enzo Traverso interviewed by Vincent Martign about the current state of the international left and its future prospects.
Enzo Traverso on the elusive meaning of France's new horizontal populist movement. Can the Yellow Vests achieve their aims without reference to the red flag?
“Shoah” filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, who died this month, forever changed the world’s understanding of the Holocaust — for better and for worse
There is something both refreshing and salutary in rediscovering Ernst Bloch, the philosopher of utopia, at this most anti-utopian age.