Historical Materialism Spring-Summer 2017 website content

23rd Aug 2017

Dear friends and comrades,

Please find below a list of new and previously published content on the Historical Materialism website. Thanks to the authors, and to you all for sharing their work and supporting the journal and its activities.

Recent content:


A Revolutionary Lifeline: Teaching Fanon in a Postcolonial World by Sara Salem

Althusser and Poulantzas: Hegemony and the State by Panagiotis Sotiris

Strategic Imagination and Party by Josep Maria Antentas

Hooray Hooray The First of May: Sketching a Theory of Peter Linebaugh’s May Day by Phil Hedges


‘Start at Your Work Place’: Elena L. Lange on Japanese Marxism by Vincent Chanson and Frédéric Monferrand


Marxism, Feminism and Femonationalism: An Interview with Sara R. Farris by George Souvlis


Willi Münzenberg, the League Against imperialism, and the Comintern: An Interview with Fredrik Petersson

October and Its Relevance: China Miéville interviewed by Eric Blanc

Mario Kessler in Memory of Theodor Bergman 1916-2017 translated by Loren Balhorn


Previous content:

Value Theory and the Schisms in Eco-Marxism by Jim Kincaid
The Uberisation of Work: The Real Subsumption of “Getting By” by Ludmila Costhek Abílio 

Making (Non) Sense: Richard Seymour interviewed by Daniel Hartley


/*Book reviews*/
The Eastern Origins of Capitalism?’ Spencer Dimmock reviews Anievas and Nişancıoğlu’s How the West Came to Rule: The Geopolitical Origins of Capitalism
There is No True Life, If Not in the False One: On Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels by Sara R. Farris
‘Trotsky and the Problem of Soviet Bureaucracy’ Kevin Murphy reviews Thomas Twiss 


A Revolutionary Line of March: “Old Bolshevism” in Early 1917 Reexamined by Eric Blanc

With Keynes to Market Socialism – on the work of the German Marxist Stephan Krüger by Thomas Weiss

Away with the Damocles sword of deportation!’ Karl Liebknecht in 1907