Werner Bonefeld teaches in the Department of Politics at the University of York, UK. His work contributed to the development of the internationally recognized Open Marxism school.
Notes from Tomorrow
It is easy to say what is wrong with capitalism. It is much more difficult to decide what therefore needs to be done. The biggest danger of a critique of capitalism is that it itself becomes reifie...
Born into an ‘untouchable’ family, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (1891-1956) was one of India’s most radical thinkers. A brilliant student, he earned doctorates in economics from both Co
D. Veeraraghavan (1958–2009) studied history in Chennai at R.K.M. Vivekananda College, Presidency College, and Pachaiyappa’s College. In 1982 he joined IIT Madras for his PhD and submitted his
Carol Schick is an associate professor in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Pranab Kanti Basu is presently on the faculty of the Department of Economics and Politics, Visva-Bharati, where he teaches Marxian Economics. His previously published books are both in Bengali. The
Rustam Singh (b. 1955) is a philosopher and translator. He has in the past been associated with various institutions such as Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Indian Institute of Advanc
Immanuel Ness (b. 1958) is an activist and scholar who teaches at the Brooklyn College of the City University, New York.
Dwaipayan Banerjee is a social activist, labour history and film researcher and independent editor based in Kolkata. He has been a trade union activist and political commentator. He is one of the&n
Henry Lefebvre (1901-1991) was a French Marxist philosopher and sociologist, best known for pioneering the critique of everyday life, for introducing the concepts of the right to the city and the p