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  • Gramsci and Languages

    A ground breaking study that shows Gramsci's originality can be traced to his lifelong interest in language and linguistics.
  • Marx and Latin America

    An important rebuttal of those who accuse Marx of 'Eurocentrism,' through a close reading of his views on Latin America.
  • Plebeian Power

    Before becoming Bolivia's vice-president, Álvaro García Linera was one of Latin America's foremost intellectuals. This is his most famous work.
  • War and Revolution in Catalonia, 1936-1939

    This translation of a landmark study is the first monograph in English to focus on Catalonia during the Civil War.
  • Critical Practice from Voltaire to Foucault, Eagleton and Beyond

    This volume aims to answer why so much 'critical' intellectual activity can be done with so little impact.
  • Empires and Walls

    Usually viewed as a symbol of imperial might, Chaichian argues that Walls better fit as signs of an empire's decline.
  • In the Hotel Abyss

    Adorn is often celebrated as among the most important cultural-theorists. This volume argues that his theoretical perspectives were deeply flawed.
  • Fateful Triangle

    A comprehensive indictment of what Noam Chomsky calls the "disgraceful and extremely dangerous" policy the US has enacted towards Israel.
  • The Speech

    Younge explains why "The Speech" maintains its powerful social relevance by sharing the dramatic story surrounding it.
  • Always on Strike

    A history of the I.W.W.’s golden years as lived by one of its’ guiding lights.
  • After the Cataclysm

    Dissects the aftermath of the war in Southeast Asia, the refugee problem, the Vietnam/Cambodia conflict and
    the Pol Pot regime.
  • Haymarket Book Club: Studies in Critical Social Sciences Series

    Get every book in the Studies in Critical Social Sciences series for just $20 per month.
  • Doing History from the Bottom Up

    Staughton Lynd challenges academics to see American history through eyes of the poor and working class participants in history.
  • A Great and Terrible World

    This edition of letters by Antonio Gramsci vividly evokes the 'great and terrible world' in which he lived.
  • State and Revolution

    As both historical document and political statement, State and Revolution's importance can hardly be exaggerated.
  • The Meaning of Marxism

    A lively and accessible introduction to the ideas of Karl Marx, with historical and contemporary examples.
  • More Than a Score

    Edited by Jesse Hagopian
    Key participants in the growing movement of teachers, students, and parents organizing against high stakes testing.
  • Modern Colonization by Medical Intervention

    Good intentioned or not, Modern Colonization by Medical Intervention documents the often pernicious effect of physicians on the colonial project.
  • Guernica

    A Guernica magazine anthology of the best features, interviews, fiction, poetry and Guernica Daily articles published over the past year.
  • The Washington Connection and Third World Fascism

    Analyzes U.S. policy in Latin America, Asia, and Africa media and the role of the media in misreporting these policies.
  • American Anarchism

    A convincing argument that the legacy of American Anarchism, far from being an antiquated relic, remains relevant to the present.
  • Anarchy and Society

    Sociology and anarchism share many common interests—although often interpreting each in differently—including community, solidarity, feminism, restorative justice, and social domination
  • Industrial Colonialism in Latin America

    Confronting the critical problems of Latin American development, this volume expertly roots these challenges in the structures of colonialism.
  • Max Weber's Theory of Personality

    Widely considered the founding-father of Sociology, Sarah Farris's excellently argued book shows that Max Weber was also deeply orientalist.