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

 

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ABOUT DR. ANDERSON

Kevin B. Anderson is Professor of Sociology at University of California, Santa Barbara, with appointments in Feminist Studies and Political Science. He is the author of Lenin, Hegel, and Western Marxism (1995), Foucault and the Iranian Revolution (with Janet Afary, 2005), and Marx at the Margins (2010/2016). Among his edited volumes are the Rosa Luxemburg Reader (with Peter Hudis, 2004) and the Dunayevskaya-Marcuse-Fromm Correspondence (with Russell Rockwell, 2012).  He writes regularly for New Politics, The International Marxist-Humanist, and Jacobin on Marxism and on international politics and radical movements in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East.

LATEST ARTICLES

Thoughts on the U.S. Elections: Threat of the Far Right

  1) How do you judge things in the run-up to the November elections? What is the political scenery [...]
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Indonesia: Mass Strikes Show Intersection of Class, Gender, and Ecology

Over a million people have taken to the streets in Indonesia to protest a neoliberal law that would [...]
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What Is Socialism? Answers from a Humanist, Marxist Point of View

In dialectical thought going back to Socrates, it has often been useful to define something by indicating what [...]
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On the Battle of Ideas: Responding to the New World of COVID-19, Economic Crisis, and Anti-Racist Uprisings

This spring, as some countries began to reopen after months of COVID-19 lockdowns, youthful rebellions broke out inside [...]
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Notes on the Black Lives Matter Uprising in Historical and Global Context

This spring, as some countries began to reopen after months of COVID-19 lockdowns, youthful rebellions broke out inside [...]
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Notes on Lenin at 150: Theoretical Preparation for Revolution in the Time of COVID-19

By Kevin B. Anderson

Two weeks ago, April 22, was the 150th anniversary V.I. Lenin’s birth. What does it mean to consider [...]
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LATEST NEWS

Portuguese (Brazil) edition of Marx at the Margins

Marx nas margens nacionalismo, etnias e sociedades não ocidentais [ ESTE LIVRO ENCONTRA-SE EM PRÉ-VENDA E ESTARÁ DISPONÍVEL A [...]
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Scholars of Distinction

Sociologist and historian are named 2019 Fellows of the American Council of Learned Societies By Jim Logan Thursday, [...]
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Haluk Yurtsever, “Hegel ve Lenin Üzerine Kışkırtıcı Düşünceler [Thought Provoking Claims on Hegel and Lenin]”

(Turkish) Haluk Yurtsever, “Hegel ve Lenin Üzerine Kışkırtıcı Düşünceler [Thought Provoking Claims on Hegel and Lenin],” Radikal, Istanbul daily [...]
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Didier Epsztajn, “Contre le déterminisme, prendre en compte les contradictions présentes au sein de chaque structure sociale”

Didier Epsztajn, “Contre le déterminisme, prendre en compte les contradictions présentes au sein de chaque structure sociale,” Entre les lignes [...]
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Emmanuel Barot, “Classe, nation, race : à partir d’un ouvrage de Kevin B. Anderson”

Emmanuel Barot, “Classe, nation, race : à partir d’un ouvrage de Kevin B. Anderson,” Révolution Permanente: Site d’information du [...]
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Just Published – For Humanism: Explorations in Theory and Politics

Today, anti-humanism is a dominant, even definitive, feature of contemporary theory. This book sets out to challenge this [...]
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