What’s New – 14th May 2024

14th May 2024

–  Now Online: Gaza: 7 October in Historical Perspective, by Gilbert Achcar

– Red May sale at Verso Books: up to 50% off


– Red May 2024 Schedule


– Out Now: Burnout: The Emotional Experience of Political Defeat by Hannah Proctor


– Dynamics of China’s Economy: Growth Cycles and Crises from 1949 to the Present Day, By Rémy Herrera and Zhiming Long. Buy from Haymarket Books directly at a 20% discount:


– Urban Movements and their Impact on Spatial Transformation, by Cumhur Olcar. Buy from Haymarket Books directly at a 20% discount:


– Only 3 days left to put in your abstracts for HM London Conference!

Central CFP and Stream CFPs to be found here:


– No War but the Class War, Historical Materialism and Institute for the Radical Imagination Conference, May 31 – June 2, New York 2024


– Care, Commons, Reproduction: The 2024 CRMEP Graduate Conference, Thursday 23 May – Friday 24 May 2024, 2.30pm – 8.00pm. Register: crmepgradconference2024@gmail.com

– New climate books from Verso Books:

Future of Denial: The Ideologies of Climate Change by Tad DeLay


The States of the Earth: An Ecological and Racial History of Secularization by Mohamed Amer Meziane


Chaos in the Heavens: The Forgotten History of Climate Change by Jean-Baptiste Fressoz and Fabien Locher


Now out in paperback:

Half-Earth Socialism: A Plan to Save the Future from Extinction, Climate Change and Pandemics by Drew Pendergrass and Troy Vettese


Revolution: An Intellectual History by Enzo Traverso


– Forthcoming:* Toward a Materialist Conception of Music History, by Stephan Hammel

*Paperback edition published by Haymarket Books after the hardback edition


– CFP: INSA Sortition and Socialism Online Conference 31 Aug 2024. Applicants should email an abstract of their proposed presentation, along with a short bio, by 7th July, to facilitator@insa.site

– New Book: Michael J. Albert, Navigating the Polycrisis: Mapping the Futures of Capitalism and the Earth. MIT Press (2024). Open access and free to download via the MIT Press website: