Kevin B. Anderson

Kevin B. Anderson is a California-based sociologist and Marxist humanist. He is Professor of Sociology, Political Science and Feminist Studies at University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Kevin B. Anderson

Chinese translation of “On Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory: A Critical Appreciation of Herbert Marcuse’s Reason and Revolution, Fifty Years Later”

Summary: This article was translated into Chinese and published in Research on Marxist Aesthetics (Shanghai Jiao Tong University). The original was published in Sociological Theory 11:3 (November 1993…

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Summary: This article was translated into Chinese and published in Research on Marxist Aesthetics (Shanghai Jiao Tong University). The original was published in Sociological Theory 11:3 (November 1993) and can be accessed HERE. The Chinese translation can be accessed HERE —Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Lenin’s Encounter with Hegel after 80 Years

Summary: This article first appeared in English in Science & Society, Vol. 59, No. 3 (1995) and can be accessed here. The Japanese version, published in the Tokyo Gramsci Society Bulletin, No. 59…

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Kevin B. Anderson

Ukraine : Aspirations démocratiques et rivalités inter-impérialistes

Summary: This article was translated into French and published in Avanti: site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). The original, entitled “Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations 
and Inter-Im…

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Summary: This article was translated into French and published in Avanti: site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). The original, entitled “Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations 
and Inter-Imperialist Rivalry,” was published in New Politics 15:1 (Summer 2014) and can be accessed HERE.  The French translation can be accessed HERE — Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Ukraine : Aspirations démocratiques et rivalités inter-impérialistes

This article was translated into French and published in Avanti: site animé par des marxistes révolutionnaires (Belgium). The original, entitled “Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations 
and Inter-Imperialist…

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Kevin B. Anderson

On Gilbert Achcar’s Marxist Analysis of the Arab Uprising

Review of Gilbert Achcar’s The People Want: A Radical Exploration of the Arab Uprising, a book that uncovers its economic and political underpinnings, while also offering a critique of crude forms of…

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Kevin B. Anderson,
Barbara Epstein,
Sasha Lilley

Conversation on the Rise and Fall of Socialist Humanism

Socialist humanist ideas were broadly championed by key thinkers in the mid-20th century, like E.P. Thompson, Fanon, Marcuse, and Fromm, but have now disappeared seemingly without a trace. Barbara Eps…

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Kevin B. Anderson

The Althusserian Cul-de-Sac

Summary: This interview of first appeared in Logos, was republished in the International Marxist-Humanist, June 2, 2014. The Persian translation appeared in Critique of Political Economy and can be ac…

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Summary: This interview of first appeared in Logos, was republished in the International Marxist-Humanist, June 2, 2014. The Persian translation appeared in Critique of Political Economy and can be accessed HERE — Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Ucrania: Aspiraciones democráticas y rivalidad interimperialista

Summary: This article was translated into Spanish and published in Viento Sur (Spain). The original, entitled “Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations 
and Inter-imperialist Rivalry,” was published in New Pol…

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Summary: This article was translated into Spanish and published in Viento Sur (Spain). The original, entitled “Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations 
and Inter-imperialist Rivalry,” was published in New Politics 15:1 (Summer 2014) and can be accessed HERE. The Spanish translation can be accessed HERE. – Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Ucrania: Aspiraciones democráticas y rivalidad interimperialista

This article was translated into Spanish and published in Viento Sur (Spain). The original, entitled “Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations 
and Inter-imperialist Rivalry,” was published in New Politics 15:…

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