Marcello Musto (York University, Canada)
Terrell Carver (University of Bristol, UK)
Babak Amini (London School of Economics, UK)
Francesca Antonini (The Göttingen Institute for Advanced Study, Germany)
Paula Rauhala (Tampere University, Finland)
Kohei Saito (Osaka City University, Japan)
The Marx renaissance is underway on a global scale. Wherever the critique of capitalism re-emerges, there is an intellectual and political demand for new, critical engagements with Marxism.
The peer-reviewed series Marx, Engels and Marxisms publishes monographs, edited volumes, critical editions, reprints of old texts, as well as translations of books already published in other languages. Our volumes come from a wide range of political perspectives, subject matters, academic disciplines and geographical areas, producing an eclectic and informative collection that appeals to a diverse and international audience.
Our main areas of focus include: the oeuvre of Marx and Engels, Marxist authors and traditions of the 19th and 20th centuries, labour and social movements, Marxist analyses of contemporary issues, and reception of Marxism in the world.
Vesa Oittinen, Marxism, Russia, Philosophy, 2020.
Kolja Lindner, Marx, Marxism and the Question of Eurocentrism.
Jean-Numa Ducange & Elisa Marcobelli (Eds.), Selected Writings of Jean Jaures: On Socialism, Pacifism and Marxism.
Adriana Petra, Intellectuals and Communist Culture: Itineraries, Problems and Debates in Post-war Argentina.
Spencer Leonard, Marx, the India Question, and the Crisis of Cosmopolitanism, 2020.
Joe Collins, Applying Marx’s Capital to the 21st century.
Levy del Aguila Marchena, Communism, Political Power and Personal Freedom in Marx.
Seongjin Jeong, Korean Capitalism in the 21st Century: Marxist Analysis and Alternatives.
Marcello Musté, Marxism and Philosophy of Praxis: An Italian perspective from Labriola to Gramsci, 2021.
Satoshi Matsui, Normative Theories of Liberalism and Socialism: Marxist Analysis of Value.
Shannon Brincat, Dialectical Dialogues in Contemporary World Politics: A Meeting of Traditions in Global Comparative Philosophy.
Stefano Petrucciani, Theodor W. Adorno: Philosophy, Society, Aesthetics.
Francesca Antonini, Reassessing Marx’s Eighteenth Brumaire: Dictatorship, State, and Revolution, 2020.
Thomas Kemple, Capital after Classical Sociology: The Faustian Lives of Social Theory.
Yuki Tsuyoshi, Socialism, Markets and the Critique of Money: The Theory of “Labour Note".
Geetha V, “Pre-requisites of Communism”: Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar and the Question of Socialism in India.
Xavier Vigna, A Political History of Factories in France: The Workers’ Insubordination of 1968.
Atila Melegh, Anti-Migrant Populism in Eastern Europe and Hungary: A Marxist Analysis.
Marie-Cecile Bouju, A Political History of the Publishing Houses of the French Communist Party.
Gustavo Moura de Cavalcanti Mello & Henrique Pereira Braga (Eds.), Wealth and Poverty in Contemporary Brazilian Capitalism.
Peter McMylor, Graeme Kirkpatrick & Simin Fadaee (Eds.), Marxism, Religion, and Emancipatory Politics.
Mauro Buccheri, Radical Humanism for the Left: The Quest for Meaning in Late Capitalism.
Rémy Herrera, Confronting Mainstream Economics to Overcome Capitalism.
Tamás Krausz, Eszter Bartha (Eds.), Socialist Experiences in Eastern Europe: A Hungarian Perspective.
Martin Cortés, Marxism, Time and Politics: On the Autonomy of the Political.
João Antonio de Paula, Huga da Gama Cerqueira, Eduardo da Motta e Albuquer & Leonardo de Deus, Marxian Economics for the 21st Century: Revaluating Marx’s Critique of Political Economy.
Zhi Li, The Concept of the Individual in the Thought of Karl Marx.
Lelio Demichelis, Marx, Alienation and Techno-capitalism.
Dong-Min Rieu, A Mathematical Approach to Marxian Value Theory: Time, Money, and Labor Productivity.
Salvatore Prinzi, Representation, Expression, and Institution: The Philosophy of Merleau-Ponty and Castoriadis.
Agon Hamza, Slavoj Žižek and the Reconstruction of Marxism.
Kei Ehara, Japanese Discourse on the Marxian Theory of Finance.
Éric Aunoble, French Views on the Russian Revolution.
Elisa Marcobelli, Internationalism Toward Diplomatic Crisis: The Second International and French, German and Italian Socialists.
Paolo Favilli, Historiography and Marxism: Innovations in Mid-Century Italy.
Terrell Carver, Smail Rapic (Eds.), Friedrich Engels for the 21st Century: Perspectives and Problems.
Juan Dal Maso, Hegemony and Class: Three Essays on Trotsky, Gramsci and Marxism.
Patrizia Dogliani, A Political History of the International Union of Socialist Youth.
Ronaldo Munck, Rethinking Development: Marxist Perspectives.
Emanuela Conversano, Capital from Afar: Anthropology and Critique of Political Economy in the Late Marx.
Marcello Musto (Ed.), Rethinking Alternatives with Marx.
Vincenzo Mele, Fragments of Metropolis: City and Modernity in the Thought of Georg Simmel and Walter Benjamin.
David Norman Smith, Workers of All World, Unite.
Marcelo Badaro, The Working Class: From Marx to Our Times.
Alexandros Chrysis, The Marx of Communism: Setting Limits in the Realm of Communism.
Christoph Henning, Theories of Alienation: From Rousseau to the Present.
Roger Martelli, Jean Vigreux &Serge Wolikow The Red Party: One Hundred Years of History of the French Communist Party.
François Chesnais, The Decision to Invest: Capital, Government and Accumulation.
Marcos Del Roio, Gramsci and the Emancipation of the Subaltern Classes.
David Ireland, The Communist Manifesto in the Revolutionary Politics of 1848: A Critical Evaluation.
Murzban Jal, Whatever Happened to Liberalism? A Marxist Study on The Rise of Fascism in India.
Shahrzad Mojab, Sara Carpenter & Genevieve Ritchie (Eds.), Marxism and Migration.
Emmanuel Nakamura, The Touchstone of Modern State Critique in the Work of Hegel and Marx: The Interrelation Between Subjective and Social Freedoms.
Bertel Nygaard, Marxism, Labor Movement and Historiography: Interpreting the French Revolution since the 19th Century.
Maurício Vieira Martins, Marx, Spinoza and Darwin: Thinkers of Immanence.
Daniel Egan, Capitalism, War and Revolution: A Marxist Analysis.
Adrian Piva and Agustin Santella (Eds.), Marxism, Social Movement, and Collective Action.
Steven Maher, Corporate Capitalism and the Integral State: General Electric and a Century of American Power.
Paul Raekstad, Karl Marx’s Realist Critique of Capitalism: Freedom, Alienation, and Socialism.