Women, Race & Class
Angela Y. Davis
This powerful study of the women’s movement in the U.S. from abolitionist days to the present demonstrates how it has always been hampered by the racist and classist biases of its leaders. On...
Are Prisons Obsolete?
John Eric Marot, Ph.D., teaches history at Keimyung University in Korea. He has published many articles on Russian and Soviet history.
Ranjani Murali is a Chicago-based writer and artist. She received her MFA in poetry from George Mason University in 2010. She currently teaches undergraduate literature and writing courses. She was
Renate Zahar, born in 1942, has occupied herself with the problems of the Third World as her field of study. She received her education in North and Black African schools, and completed her studies
David Laibman is Professor of Economics (Emeritus) at Brooklyn College and The Graduate School of the City University of New York. He has been the editor of Science & Society since 1990. He i
Rev. Dr. Timotheas Hembrom has over 40 years of Theological teaching experience and is an ordained Priest of the Church of North India. He has taught at Chera Theological College, Cherapunji, Bisho
PRAVEEN SWAMI is the recipient of the Sanskriti Award for his reporting of the Kargil war.
Lekha Chakraborty is Associate Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi, and Research Scholar, The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, New York (NY), USA. She is
Staughton Lynd taught American history at Spelman College and Yale University. He was director of Freedom Schools in the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer. An early leader of the movement against the
Akshay Khanna is a Social Anthropologist, political activist, theatre practitioner and amateur chef based in New Delhi.
Randhir Singh, a distinguished teacher and former Professor of Political Theory, University of Delhi, is the author of Reason, Revolution and Political Theory; Five Lectures in Marxist Mode; Marxis