Back Issues HISTORICAL MATERIALISM 1 Ellen Meiksins Wood on the non-history of capitalism Colin Barker on Ellen Wood Esther Leslie on Benjamin’s Arcades Project John Weeks on underdevelopment Tony Smith on theories of technology Michael Lebowitz on the silences of Capital John Holloway on alienation Peter Burnham on globalisation and the state Fred Moseley on the US rate of profit reviews by Matthew Beaumont on Bloch Benno Teschke on Guy Bois Peter Linebaugh on Robin Blackburn HISTORICAL MATERIALISM 2 China Miéville on architecture Gregory Elliott on Perry Anderson Andrew Chitty on recog- nition Michael Neary & Graham Taylor on alchemy Paul Burkett on neo-Malthusian Marxism Slavoj Zizek on risk society reviews by Geoff Kay on Freeman & Carchedi Ben Watson on Adorno and music Mike Haynes on the Russian Revolution Elmar Altvater on David Harvey Martin Jenkins on Althusser and psychoanalysis Esther Leslie on Benjamin HISTORICAL MATERIALISM 3 Symposium on Leninism and political organisation : Simon Clarke Howard Chodos & Colin Hay John Molyneux Alan Shandro Jonathan Joseph Peter Hudis
Historical Materialism – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2003
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