In a sweeping survey of art from the dawn of the bourgeois era to the present day, John Molyneux explains what makes artistic production under capitalism unique, moving, and possibly revolutionary.
Trotsky makes the case that the rise of Stalinism was not the inevitable consequence of Leninism, but rather its negation.
A collection of compelling narratives highlighting the struggles of feminist warriors whose voices are too often marginalized.
In this ground-breaking contribution to political theory, Modenesi re-establishes the centrality of Marxism in conceptualizing political action.
A thoughtful analysis of the developing interplay between post-socialist European communities and Western neoliberal actors.
This important volume collects twenty-six essential essays that chart the development of Andrew Milner's distinctively Orwellian cultural materialism.
Blood and Money tells the story of money as a history of violence and human bondage.
A detailed and comprehensive overview of the ethical, political, and economic foundations of Marx’s theory of social justice in his early and later writings.
A DIY guide for social justice oral history projects.
They are a mass migration of thousands of young people from Central America, yet each one travels alone: solito, solita.
Theory as Critique argues that the key to understanding Marx’s Capital lies in viewing it as a critique of economic theory.