Jairus Banaji main research interests have included: agrarian history; Late Antiquity and early Islam; historical materialism; Marxâ€™s method in Capital; the fate of the peasantry under capitalism; and, unions and industrial relations in India. Cambridge University Press will soon be publishing a collection of his historical work under the title Exploring the Economy of Late Antiquity: Selected Essays. He also recently finished the first full-length English translation of Henry Grossmanâ€™s classic text on Marxâ€™s crisis theory, The Law of Accumulation and Breakdown of the Capitalist System. This is scheduled for publication as part of a larger collection of Grossmanâ€™s writings.
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