What’s New – 13th April 2023

– Alameda Launch Event, Monday, 24 April 2023, at 7pm, at Rich Mix (35-47 Bethnal Grn Rd, London).Please use this link to confirm your attendance.

What’s New – 3rd April 2023

– Temporarily freely available: Insurgent Universality: An Alternative Legacy of Modernity, by Massimiliano Tomba


What’s New – 23rd March 2023

– In the context of the recent earthquake in Turkey, Historical Materialism has made this important article temporarily freely available. 

What’s New – 21st March 2023

– Verso Theory Sale: New Works of Theory in Context

What’s New – 9th March 2023

– The Rise of Neo-Fascism hybrid symposium, Mar 31, 12-4:15pm, with Nicholas De Genova, Gerald Horne, Sarasij Majumder, David McNally, Alberto Toscano, Nancy Beck Young, and Luca Oliva, University of Houston, Classrooms and Business Building, Room 108 & Live Streaming

What’s New – 28th February 2023

– SOAS Politics Departmental Seminar Series, in collaboration with the Department of Development Studies, presents: Book launch of ‘The New Cold War: The United States, Russia and China, from Kosovo to Ukraine’ (Westbourne Press, 2023) by Prof. Gilbert Achcar

What’s New – 22nd February 2023

– Struggles in the Concrete – Architecture, Architectural History and the Marxist Tradition An Architecture Space and Society Centre Conference 27-28 April 2023

What’s New – 9th February 2023

– THE NEW OLD WARS: Raul Sanchez Cedillo, Michael Hardt, Arseny Kumankov, Artemy Magun, Sandro Mezzadra, Svitlana Matvienko, Feb 11, 10 AM ET

What’s New – 5th February 2023

New HM podcast! Landownership and Class. Historical Materialism Podcast

What’s New – 20th January 2023

– Revised Date: ‘How to be a Marxist in the Academy: Althusserian Theories of Education’. A roundtable discussion of Althusser’s thinking on education, pedagogy, student politics and educational labour, Tue, 28 February 2023, 18:00 – 20:00 GMT

What’s New – 16th January 2023

– Celebrate the Life and Work of Jeffrey B. Perry

What’s New – 22nd December 2022

– Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory: Paul Cammack, Surbhi Kesar, and Lucia Pradella on The Politics of Global Competitiveness, Wednesday 18 January.  1600-1800hrs GMT. The seminar will take place on Zoom: please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0oc-CtrT8rHtcdjuhwkmuCJ3M_CzFqWKfnhttps://whatsworthreading.weebly.com/