Jodie Dean is a Professor of Political Science at Hobart & William Smith College. She is the author of The Communist Horizon (2012) and Crowds and Party (2016).
B. T. Ranadive,
The first socialist state in history lasted only seventy years. This is a very small period of time in the scope of world history. Its achievements have been pilloried – its demise being the ...
Jeremy Seabrook is a researcher, journalist and writer. His recent books include Pauperland: Poverty and the Poor in Britain and People Without History: India’s Muslim Ghettos (Navayana).
Aishwary Kumar is a professor of political philosophy and intellectual history in the Department of History of Consciousness at University of California-Santa Cruz, and Senior Fellow in Human Right
Brett Clark is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Utah, United States.
Murray E.G. Smith is a Professor in the Department of Sociology, Brock University, Ontario, Canada.
Ari Sitas, a South African writer and a sociologist, works at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He has been a leading scholar among the development alternative sociological voices in south
V.M. MOHANRAJ (born 1928) is one of the most respected librarians in India, having worked at Madras University, Law College (Chennai), and The Lawrence School (Lovedale). He has six books and many
Ramu Ramanathan is a Mumbai-based journalist and playwright. His plays include Cotton 56, Polyester 84, Jazz, Comrade Kumbhakarna, Postcards from Bardoli, Mahadevbhai 1892–1942, Collabor
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
Harold R. Isaacs was a writer and long-time student of Chinese affairs. The Tragedy, his first book, was based largely on long-hidden original historical documents and has been recognized for many