David Roediger on the development of Marx's thought on race and gender. Taken from Against the Current 195.
The author of multiple books, Losurdo focused on uncomfortable political leaders and themes that mainstream thought preferred to banish.
In his bicentenary year, Marx's writings remain essential to understanding how the world moves.
Articles from a July 1968 edition of Intercontinental Press — on the French May, the Prague Spring, and repression in Greece — register the immediate response of the Fourth International to some of the political upheavals that defined that year.
Louis Althusser's preliminary analysis of May 1968, written in a 1969 letter to Maria Antonietta Macciocchi.
On the death of the influential left-wing political scientist.
McKenzie Wark considers the question "Why Marx now?" through a close reading of one of the Communist Manifesto's most famous lines.
Löwy discusses the many deaths and afterlives of Marxism, Romantic anti-capitalism, and universalism and Latin American Marxism.
Elmar Altvater has died, shortly before his 80th birthday.
"I think the days of pitting feminism against socialism or Marxism are over," says Nancy Fraser in a new short video.