How race rose and spread across the globe
A new salvo in Verso’s burgeoning series on communism, after Badiou, Žižek and Groys.
The balance sheet of the Left in the turbulent Latin American continent.
"One of the finest studies of slavery and abolition."—Eric Foner
Leading historian takes on the lies told about Rigoberta Menchú’s bestselling memoir.
A collection of documents from iconic revolutionary, Símon Bolívar, introduced by Hugo Chávez, President of Venezuela.
Fully updated edition of this fiery polemic on Latin America’s challenge to US-led neoliberalism.
Venezuela under Hugo Chávez could be a model for peaceful revolution—or it could all be undone by the specters of the past.
The rise and fall of Allende's regime, and the role of the US and Cuba.
“Empathic and critical, connected and removed, knowing and bewildered.”—Raritan Review