An interview on NPR's Weekend Edition with journalist Anabel Hernandez about her new book, A Massacre in Mexico: The True Story Behind the Missing Forty-Three Students.
The communist militant, philosopher and historian Domenico Losurdo died in June. He worked for many years on the history of liberalism, as he sought to rethink the processes of emancipation. In this 2013 interview for l’Humanité he revisited the themes of his Liberalism: A Counter History.
Tariq Ali and Angela Davis discuss the internationalist solidarity that animated the movements of 1968 around the world.
"For me, the task is not to find a single or synthetic framework, but to find a way of thinking in alliance."
David Broder offers background on Italy's populist Five Star Movement.
In a conversation with Phil O'Brien of the Raymond Williams Society, Michael Denning discusses his four decades of learning from Williams' work.
Tamás discusses Lukács' philosophy and the attack on his legacy in Orbán's Hungary.
A conversation with David Harvey about the higher education system.
The legendary figure of the Italian left discusses her new book, her coming to feminism, and her memories of 1968.
Ronald Grigor Suny discusses the Russian Revolution and its historiography.