Tithi Bhattacharya offers an introduction to the methods, insights, and strategic implications of Social Reproduction Theory.
Helena Sheehan introduces her survey of the philosophies of science developed during Marxism's first century.
A conversation with David Harvey about the higher education system.
Achin Vanaik surveys a large body of theories of the nation and nationalism, and considers them in the context of contemporary India.
In this 1979 essay, historian Pierre Vilar reconstructs nineteenth- and twentieth-century Marxist theories of the nation — against the claim that they do not exist.
Joan Martínez Alier, Stefania Barca, Roberto Sciarelli, Salvatore Engel Di Mauro, Marica Di Pierri and A Sud, and Emanuele Leonardi reflect on the life and work of James O'Connor.
In this career-spanning interview with George Souvlis, Esther Leslie discusses Walter Benjamin, animated film, the history of color, the Historical Materialism project, and the commemoration of the revolutionary past.
Alain Badiou debates Laurent Joffrin, a reformist (and editor of Libération newspaper), who defends existing social democracy.
David Harvey, Nancy Holmstrom, and Ajay Singh Chaudhary discuss the enduring relevance of Capital.
Are “organizing” and “spontaneity” really opposites?