Kevin B. Anderson

Kevin B. Anderson’s authored books include Marx at the Margins: On Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Non-Western Societies and Lenin, Hegel, and Western Marxism.  Among his edited books are The Power of Negativity by Raya Dunayevskaya (with Peter Hudis), Karl Marx (with Bertell Ollman),  The Rosa Luxemburg Reader (with P. Hudis), and The Dunayevskaya-Marcuse-Fromm Correspondence (with Russell Rockwell).

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Kevin B. Anderson

Marx’s Late Writings on Non-Western and Pre-Capitalist Societies and Gender

Summary: This article was originally published in English in 2002 in Rethinking Marxism 14:4, pp. 84-96. The Tamil version, translated by Sami, was published in New Research — A Tamil Marxist Magazin…

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Summary: This article was originally published in English in 2002 in Rethinking Marxism 14:4, pp. 84-96. The Tamil version, translated by Sami, was published in New Research — A Tamil Marxist Magazine No. 5, 2016, pp. 227-43 — Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

“Grundrisse’den Kapital’e,” Translation of Ch. 5 of Marx at the Margins

Chapter 5 of Kevin B. Anderson’s book Marx at the Margins has been translated into Turkish by A. Ercüment Özkaya and published by the Turkish journal Teoria ve Politika.

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Chapter 5 of Kevin B. Anderson’s book Marx at the Margins has been translated into Turkish by A. Ercüment Özkaya and published by the Turkish journal Teoria ve Politika.

Kevin B. Anderson

Easter 1916 at 100: Its Marxian Dimension

Summary: Easter 1916 in Ireland was the first major anti-colonial uprising of the twentieth century, a harbinger of revolts across the colonial world.  At the time, Marxists like Trotsky and Radek di…

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Summary: Easter 1916 in Ireland was the first major anti-colonial uprising of the twentieth century, a harbinger of revolts across the colonial world.  At the time, Marxists like Trotsky and Radek dismissed it as bourgeois nationalist in character, but Lenin saw it as an example of a new force on the world scene that could be an ally of the working classes against monopoly capital: national liberation movements against imperialism.  Originally appeared in Truthout, March 27, 2016 — Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Oppose Repression in Turkey

Summary: Repression has deepened in Turkey, targeting the Kurds, the left, and intellectuals, in an attempt to wipe out the emancipatory spirit of the past several years, whether at Gezi Park or in th…

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Summary: Repression has deepened in Turkey, targeting the Kurds, the left, and intellectuals, in an attempt to wipe out the emancipatory spirit of the past several years, whether at Gezi Park or in the Kurdish movement in Turkey and Syria — Editors

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Benjamin Birnbaum

El internacionalismo de Marx no era abstracto sino muy concreto: Entrevista con Kevin B. Anderson

Summary: This interview was originally published in French in Contretemps No. 7 (2015).  The Spanish version, translated by J.Mª Fdez. Criado, can be located HERE – Editors.

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Summary: This interview was originally published in French in Contretemps No. 7 (2015).  The Spanish version, translated by J.Mª Fdez. Criado, can be located HERE – Editors.

Kevin B. Anderson

El internacionalismo de Marx no era abstracto sino muy concreto: Entrevista con Kevin B. Anderson

Summary: This interview was originally published in French in Contretemps No. 7 (2015).  The Spanish version, translated by J.Mª Fdez. Criado, can be located HERE –  Editors

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Summary: This interview was originally published in French in Contretemps No. 7 (2015).  The Spanish version, translated by J.Mª Fdez. Criado, can be located HERE –  Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Afterword to the Japanese Edition of Marx at the Margins

Summary: First published in the Japanese edition of Kevin Anderson, Marx at the Margins (Tokyo: Shakai Hyoron Sha, 2015).  — Editors

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Summary: First published in the Japanese edition of Kevin Anderson, Marx at the Margins (Tokyo: Shakai Hyoron Sha, 2015).  — Editors

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ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression in Europe and Intensified War in Middle East

Summary: This article was translated into Kurdish by Peshraw Mohammad and published in the web journal Critique in Sulamaniya, Iraq. The original, entitled “ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression…

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Summary: This article was translated into Kurdish by Peshraw Mohammad and published in the web journal Critique in Sulamaniya, Iraq. The original, entitled “ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression in Europe and Intensified War in Middle East,” was published in the International Marxist-Humanist, November 19, 2015 and can be accessed HERE. The Kurdish translation can be accessed HERE. – Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

[Kurdish] ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression in Europe and Intensified War in Middle East

Summary: This article was translated into Kurdish by Peshraw Mohammad and published in the web journal Critique in Sulamaniya, Iraq. The original, entitled “ISIS Carnage in Paris Portends Repression i…

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