A striking account of the European Left in the twentieth century by one of its main protagonists.
Two distinguished historians examine the impact of the world's most influential information technology.
Tracing European doctrines of race and slavery from medieval times to the early modern epoch.
“A seminal book—extremely challenging.”—Carlo Ginzburg
The reactionary tradition behind Sarkozy, and the communist hypothesis for the twenty-first century.
“Omnia sunt communia—all things are common.”—Thomas Müntzer.
Benjamin's most sustained and original work, and one of the main sources of literary modernism.
The captivating autobiography of one of France’s leading political activists and intellectuals.
A powerful argument for Chechen self-determination, and a definitive history of the region.
This groundbreaking history aids any understanding of the rise of capitalism.