Jan Willem Stutje describes Ernest Mandel's experiences in Berlin with Rudi Dutschke and on the barricades in Paris during 1968.
Marjorie Murphy looks at the often fraught relationship between rank-and-file public school teacher militancy and the urban uprisings of the late 1960s and early 70s.
An excerpt from Angelo Quatttrocchi's lyrical eyewitness account of May 1968 in Paris.
The philosophical roots of rights-based liberal individualism lie in efforts to legitimate imperial expansion.
In this 1993 interview with Sheila Rowbotham, Dorothy Thompson reflects on her life as a historian and as a socialist.
Novelist Wang Anyi casts an ironic glance on the transformation of gender relations in China during the 1980s and 90s.
The chronic crisis of the record industry is compounded by a constant paradox, apparently inherent in the technology of reproduction, by which music is turned into a commodity only to see it escape.
In this Weekend Reads excerpt from Lockdown High, Annette Fuentes reconstructs the history of school violence in the US, as both a fact and a concept, from the nineteenth century onwards.
In an extended 1982 conversation with the New Left Review editorial board, Tony Benn reviews his career in Parliament.
Europe's plunder of the Niger Delta dates back to 1444.