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New Insights into Marx’s Concept of Transition and of Revolution.

In his final years, 1877-82, Marx studied three non-capitalist agrarian societies in great depth: (1) Russia’s communal villages were increasingly penetrated by capitalist social relations, undermining the older agrarian collectivism, but new revolutionary movements had also grown there. (2) In South Asia, British colonialism had uprooted much of the precapitalist village structure, with many forms […]

[video] New Insights into Marx’s Concept of Transition and of Revolution.

In his final years, 1877-82, Marx studied three non-capitalist agrarian societies in great depth: (1) Russia’s communal villages were increasingly penetrated by capitalist social relations, undermining the older agrarian collectivism, but new revolutionary movements had also grown there. (2) In South Asia, British colonialism had uprooted much of the precapitalist village structure, with many forms […]

[Audio] Marxism Beyond the Metropoles — by Todd Chretien, Wiktor Marzec, Christopher Araujo and Kevin Anderson

Audio of a panel at Historical Materialism 2015 (NYU): Todd Chretien – Up from Indifference: Anti-Racism, Anti-Colonialism and the Workers Party, 1924-1927 Wiktor Marzec Christopher Araujo – Marx on the Dualism of the Russian Commune Kevin Anderson – Late Marx and the Prospects For Revolution Outside the “Developed” World   Source  

[audio] Conversation on the Rise and Fall of Socialist Humanism – with Barbara Epstein, Kevin Anderson, and Sasha Lilley

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 Epstein and Kevin Anderson explore socialist humanism’s rise and fall, in part as postmodernism took center stage as an ideological current. They argue that the left […]

[video] Social Theory and the Non-Western Other: The Case of Karl Marx

This short video conversation with Richard Widick, pitched at an introductory level,  is part of the project, Sociological Research Traditions: Methods Tutorial, Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara (15 minutes). Play Video  

[video] Karl Marx and the Emancipation Proclamation: Bill Weinberg Interviews Kevin B. Anderson

This New Year’s Day marked the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, with attendant media idolization of Abraham Lincoln. In the 10th YouTube edition of the Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade, Kevin B. Anderson, author of Marx at the Margins: On Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Non-Western Societies and an editor of the International Marxist-Humanist, discusses his article […]

[video] Marx and the Global South

Vijay Prashad, Kevin Anderson and Ananya Mukherjee Reed. Recorded at the Historical Materialism Conference at York University, Toronto, May 15, 2010.

[video] Marx at the Margins: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Non-Western Societies

Professor Kevin Anderson, a researcher on Marxist theory, came to the Brecht Forum in Manhattan for a talk about his upcoming book entitled:  “Marx at the Margins: Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Non-Western Societies”. He was introduced by Eli Messinger. Marx at the Margins – Part 1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Marx at the Margins – Part 2 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Marx at […]

[video] Race, Class, and Slavery: The Civil War as a Second American Revolution, a chapter in the forthcoming book “Marx at the Margins”

Watch Kevin Anderson, Professor of Sociology, UCSB-Historical Materialism Research Group, 29 May 2009 in Educational & How-To |  View More Free Videos Online at Veoh.com

[video] Four Lectures at Wuhan University, China, October 2007

Four Lectures at Wuhan University, China, October 2007 These lectures were delivered over several days at the Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University, under the invitation of Professors He Ping and Wang Xinyan. The videos show excerpts from the lectures and discussions by faculty and students in response. The first lecture is a general discussion of […]