| THE RADICAL LEFT IN EUROPE: REDISCOVERING HOPE - transform! 2019|
Edited by Walter Baier, Eric Canepa and Haris Golemis
Preface: Walter Baier, Eric Canepa, Haris Golemis: The Radical Left in Europe - Rediscovering Hope.
Becoming Subjects of History - Art, Theory, and Politics:
Frigga Haug; Contradictions in Marxist Feminism;
Eva Brenner, A Theatre of Self-Emancipation - Jura Soyfer on Stage in Contemporary Vienna.
Challenges for Left Strategy:
Tamás Krausz: Searching for Alternatives - Interviewed by Róbert Nárai;
Walter Baier: Lenin, Luxemburg, Bauer - The Left and the National;
Hans-Jürgen Urban: The Issue of Immigration - A Crucial Test for the Mosaic Left?;
Alexandros Kioupkiolis: Counter-Hegemony, the Commons, & New City Politics;
Theodora Kotsaka: Commons Transition & the Role of the State - A New Question for the Left.
Labour, Precarity, and Organisation:
Bernd Riexinger: Connective Class Politics as an Inspiration for the Left;
Jane McAlevey: Restoring Working Class Power - Super Majority Strikes;
Peter Ullrich: In Itself, But Not Yet For Itself - Organising the Academic Precariat.
The Left and the Question of Europe:
Luciana Castellina, Judith Dellheim, and Gabi Zimmer: Reclaim the Manifesto of Ventotene!;
Heinz Bierbaum: The European Left - Its Current State and Prospects.
Yannis Almpanis, Mátyás Benyik, Raffaella Bolini, Judith Dellheim, Haris Golemis, and Christophe Ventura: Assessing the Anti-Globalisation Movement and the Social Forums - A Roundtable;
Jirí Málek: The 1968 Prague Spring: A Socialist Project;
Rossana Rossanda: Italy's 1969 'Hot Summer';
Luciana Castellina: 1968 - Myths and Reality;
Erhard Crome: 1989 & its consequences for Russia and Germany;
Tasos Trikkas: The Greek Communist Party - The Centenary of Its Birth, Fifty Years after its Split in 1968.
Jon Trickett interviewed by Stelios Foteinopoulos: The Challenges Before the Labour Party;
Gavin Rae: Conservative Authoritarianism and the Far-Right in Hungary and Poland;
Lubos Blaha: The Central European Left and Europe - Beyond Liberalism;
Adriano Campos and Alda Sousa: The Radical Left and Social Democracy in Portugal: Achievements and Roadblocks.
The Marxist-Christian Dialogue:
The Manifesto of Hermoupolis;
Michael Löwy: Why a Marxist-Christian Dialogue?;
Nikos Xydakis: Christians and Marxists - The Adventure of a Dialogue.
Europe: An Economic Update:
Joachim Bischoff: The Return of the Economic and Financial Crisis.
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Approx. 300 pages, 234 x 156 mm. Paperback
Published April 2019