Marcello Musto (York University, Canada)
Terrell Carver (University of Bristol, UK)
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Francesca Antonini (The Göttingen Institute for Advanced Study, Germany)
Paula Rauhala (Tampere University, Finland)
Kohei Saito (Osaka City University, Japan)
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33. Spencer Leonard, Marx, the India Question, and the Crisis of Cosmopolitanism, 2020.
34. Karl Marx, Writings on Alienation (Ed. By Marcello Musto), 2020.
35. Kevin Anderson, Kieran Durkin and Heather Brown (Eds.), Raya Dunayevskaya: Marxism, Humanism, and the Dialectics of Liberation, 2020.
36. Vesa Oittinen, Marxism, Russia, Philosophy, 2020.
37. Francesca Antonini, Reassessing Marx’s Eighteenth Brumaire: Dictatorship, State, and Revolution, 2020.
38. Paresh Chattopadhyay, Socialism in Marx's Capital: Essay in Exploration.
39. Kolja Lindner, Marx, Marxism and the Question of Eurocentrism.
40. Satoshi Matsui, Normative Theories of Liberalism and Socialism: Marxist Analysis of Value.
41. Kohei Saito, The Legacy of Engels in the 21st Century: A Critical Reexamination.
42. Jean-Duma Ducange and Elisa Marcobelli, Jean Jaurès, Selected Writings. On Socialism, Pacifism and Marxism.
43. Seongjin Jeong, Korean Capitalism in the 21st Century: Marxist Analysis and Alternatives.
44. Marcello Musté, Marxism and Philosophy of Praxis: An Italian perspective from Labriola to Gramsci, 2021.
45. Adriana Petra, Intellectuals and Communist Culture: Itineraries, Problems and Debates in Post-war Argentina.
46. Marco Di Maggio, The Rise and Fall of Communist Parties in France and Italy.
47. George Comninel, The Feudal Foundations of Modern Europe.
48. James Steinhoff, Critiquing the New Autonomy of Immaterial Labour: A Marxist Study of Work in the Artificial Intelligence Industry.
49. Joe Collins, Applying Marx’s Capital to the 21st century.
50. Yuki Tsuyoshi, Socialism, Markets and the Critique of Money: The Theory of “Labour Note".
51. Levy del Aguila Marchena, Communism, Political Power and Personal Freedom in Marx.
52. Stefano Petrucciani, Theodor W. Adorno: Philosophy, Society, Aesthetics.
53. Shannon Brincat, Dialectical Dialogues in Contemporary World Politics: A Meeting of Traditions in Global Comparative Philosophy.
54. Geetha V, “Pre-requisites of Communism”: Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar and the Question of Socialism in India.
55. Xavier Vigna, A Political History of Factories in France: The Workers’ Insubordination of 1968.
56. Atila Melegh, Anti-Migrant Populism in Eastern Europe and Hungary: A Marxist Analysis.
57. Thomas Kemple, Capital after Classical Sociology: The Faustian Lives of Social Theory.
58. Vincenzo Mele, Fragments of Metropolis: City and Modernity in the Thought of Georg Simmel and Walter Benjamin.
59. Zhi Li, The Concept of the Individual in the Thought of Karl Marx.
60. Tamás Krausz & Professor Eszter Bartha, Socialist Experiences in Eastern Europe: Realities and Possibilities.
Teinosuke Otani, Marx's Theory of Association: The Coming Society is Visible in Capitalism.
Salvatore Prinzi, Representation, Expression, Institution: On Merleau-Ponty’s and Castoriadis’ Political Philosophy.
Kei Ehara (ed.), Japanese Discourses on Marxian Theory of Finance.
Cem Erogul, What is the Individual?: An Essay in Pure Turkish on a Marxist Approach.
Rémy Herrera, Confronting Mainstream Economics for Overcoming Capitalism.
Kirkpatrick McMylor & Fadaee, Marxism, Religion and Emancipatory Politics.
Montoro, Xabier Arrizabalo. Capitalism and World Economy.
Marcelo Badaró, The working class: from Marx to our times.
João Antonio de Paula, Hugo Eduardo da Gama Cerqueira, Eduardo da Motta e Albuquerque, and Leonardo Gomes de Deus, Marx’s Economics for the 21st Century.
Mauro Buccheri, Radical Humanism for the Left: The Quest for Meaning in Late Capitalism.
Gustavo Moura & Henrique Braga Hamza, Wealth and Poverty in Contemporary Capitalism.
Matti Kortesoja, Power of Articulation: Althusserianism and Its Post-Marxist Critique.
Ronaldo Munck, Marxism and Development: New Directions.
Lelio Demichelis, Great Alienation.
Martín Cortés, Asynchronies: Marxism, Time and Politics.
Marie-Cécile Bouju, Reading like a Communist: The Publishing Houses of the French Communist Party, 1920- 1968.
Elisa Marcobelli, Internationalism toward Diplomatic Crisis.