Historical Materialism 15 (2007) 243 www.brill.nl/hima Notice of Next Issue Historical Materialism Research in Critical Marxist Th eory (volume 16, issue 1) Articles V ittorio M orfino • Causa sui or Wechselwirkung : Engels between Spinoza and Hegel R akesh B handari • Th e Metaphysics of Wage-Labour D avid K ristjanson -G ural • Postmodern Contributions to Marxian Economics: Th eoretical Innovations and their Implications for Class Politics O liver N achtwey & T obias T en B rink • Lost In Transition – Th e German World Market Debate in the 1970s Intervention A na C. D inerstein • Here Is the Rose, Dance Here! A Riposte to the Debate on the Argentinean Crisis Archive P aul B urkett & J ohn B ellamy F oster • Th e Podolinsky Myth: An Obituary. Introduction to ‘Human Labour and Unity of Force’, by Sergei Podolinsky S erge P odolinsky • Human Labour and Unity of Force Review Articles C hris H arman on Christopher Dyer’s An Age of Transition? Economy and Society in England in the Later Middle Ages M atthew G. H annah on Peter Brückner’s Ulrike Meinhof und die deutsche Verhältnisse W olfgang W icht
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