Kevin B. Anderson

Professor of Sociology, Political Science, and Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

[Video] Casting a Critical Eye on Foucault’s Concept of Resistance, in Light of Marcuse and Marx

IMHO member Kevin Anderson spoke at Black Coffee Coop in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood on Monday Oct. 28th, 2013. His lecture, entitled, “Casting a Critical Eye on Foucault’s Concept of Resistance, in Light of Marcuse and Marx,” was presented by the West Coast Chapter of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization and the Commoners’ Club, and attracted […]

Egyptian Military Seeks to Extinguish Revolution (Hindi trans.)

This article was translated into Hindi by Arvind Ghosh

This article was translated into Hindi by Arvind Ghosh. The original, entitled “Egyptian Military Seeks to Extinguish Revolution – by Kevin Anderson,” appeared in English in The International Marxist-Humanist on August 16, 2013. The Hindi translation can be accessed HERE.

Tamolati Darbarye Erich Fromm and Marxism

This article was translated into Persian by Amin Housori

Summary: This article was translated into Persian by Amin Housori and published in Critique of Political Economy. The English original, entitled “Thinking about Fromm and Marxism,” first appeared in Logos: A Journal of Modern Society & Culture 6:3 (Summer 2007) and HERE. The Persian translation can be accessed HERE. PDF can downloaded HERE.

How to Think About Syria? Anti-Imperialism, Assad Regime Barbarism, and the Search for an Alternative

First appeared in International Marxist-Humanist on September 15, 2013

Why this meeting?  Not just to discuss differences on the Left, but also because those differences speak to who we are, to what are our goals, not just our strategy or tactics. We need to consider how Marx opposed not only British capitalism and Russian Tsarist despotism, but also the Bonapartist regime in France. Bonapartism […]

L’Armée égyptienne veut étouffer la révolution

This article was translated into French by its editors and published in SolidaritéS

Summary: This article was translated into French by its editors and published in SolidaritéS. The original, entitled “Egyptian Military Seeks to Extinguish Revolution — by Kevin Anderson,” appeared in English in The International Marxist-Humanist on August 16, 2013. The French translation can be accessed HERE.

Baznegari-ye Vapasin Neveshteha-ye Marx dar bareh-ye Russiyeh

This article was translated into Persian by Hassan Mortazavi

This article was translated into Persian by Hassan Mortazavi and published as a new appendix to the book Marx-e moteakher va rah–e rusi [Marx and the Russian Road], edited by Teodor Shanin [Tehran: Rouzbehan, 2013, pp. 376-87, orig. English edition without Anderson’s appendix, NY: Monthly Review Press, 1983].  Anderson’s original article, entitled, “Marx’s late writings […]

Artesh-e Mesr dar pey-e Forouneshandan-e Enqelab ast

This article was translated into Persian by Mehrdad Emmami

This article was translated into Persian by Mehrdad Emmami and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “Egyptian Military Seeks to Extinguish Revolution — by Kevin Anderson,” appeared in English in The International Marxist-Humanist on August 16, 2013. The Persian translation can be accessed HERE.

Egyptian Military Seeks to Extinguish Revolution

First appeared in International Marxist-Humanist on August 16, 2013

On August 14, 2013, Egypt’s military-police apparatus stormed two largely peaceful encampments of the Muslim Brotherhood, using live ammunition and armed bulldozers to kill thousands and injure many thousands more. On that horrific day, the entire revolutionary process that began in 2011 reached a crisis point, one that held the possibility of its unraveling in the face of outright counter-revolution.

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Marx plus que dans les marges

This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche.

This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche. It is a translation of the conclusion of Marx at the Margins. The French translation of the conclusion can be accessed HERE

Egyptian Revolutionaries Push Out Islamists, But Face Another Round of Military Rule

First appeared in International Marxist-Humanist on July 16, 2013

June 30, 2013 saw the largest revolutionary popular mobilization in Egyptian history.  On that day, up to 17 million people took to the streets across the country to demand the resignation of the Muslim Brotherhood government of Mohammed Morsi. (This mass outpouring surpassed even those during the 2011 revolution that toppled the Mubarak regime.)  Two […]