A series of pathbreaking essays on the role of co-operativism, and the new co-operatives, in the democratic transformation of Cuba.
Inspired by the twenty-five-year history of New York’s Foundry Theatre, A Moment on the Clock of the World is an anthology of inquiry arising both within and between art and social justice practices.
Award-winning poet Kevin Coval and graphic artist Langston Allston bare witness to the effects of gentrification in a Chicago neighborhood.
An in-depth look at Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria and the preexisting crisis that conditioned this historic disaster.
Based on original empirical research, the contributions collected here make possible a fuller sociological understanding of power, emotions, the self, and ethnic relations in religious life.
This important volume collects twenty-six essential essays that chart the development of Andrew Milner's distinctively Orwellian cultural materialism.
A father and daughter's love cannot be broken even when prison bars separate them.
This edited volume grapples with the theoretical, analytical, and strategic questions posed by the recent experience of the radical left in Greece.
Challenging dominant accounts of East and Southeast Asian economic development, Jim Glassman shows the extent to which the "East Asian miracle" was shaped by the geopolitics of war and military spending.
An innovative reading of the social history of Brazil using the "politics of the precariat" as an analytical vector.
Chattopadhyay convincingly shows that Marx's conception of socialism bears little resemblance to the single-party states often termed "socialist."
Super Bowl Champion and three-time Pro Bowler Michael Bennett is an outspoken proponent for social justice and a man without a censor.
When Workers Shot Back argues that the escalation of working-class conflict drives rather than reacts to capital's consolidation and reorganisation.
New feminist essays for the #MeToo era from the international best-selling author of Men Explain Things to Me.
An original and compelling analysis of how a newly emboldened and radicalizing right has come to global political ascendance in the years after 9/11, culminating in the victories of Trump and Brexit.
This book comprises a collection of groundbreaking writings by Marta Russell on the nature of disability and oppression under capitalism.
Susan Buck-Morss highlights new forms of international solidarity and revolutionary subjectivity that can break the impasse of neoliberal capitalism and reactionary nationalism.
Marx’s groundbreaking analysis of capitalism retains its relevance today. This book guides readers as they grapple with Marx’s masterpiece, Capital.
In exploring the question: "What do we mean by socialism?,” Hal Draper argues genuine liberation can be won only through self-emancipation.
A work eighty years in the making, Leon Trotsky's unfinished masterpiece: Stalin.
A new edition of John Reed’s classic eyewitness account of the Russian Revolution, 100 years since its first publication.