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<1988>
Spring1988 Volume1,Number1
@Editorial Board^Introduction to Rethinking MARXISM
@Stephen Resnick & Richard Wolff^Communism: Between Class and Classless
@Fredric Jameson^History and Class Consciousness as an Unfinised Project
@Rosalyn Baxandall^Pioneer and Aunt Tom: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn's Feminism
@Paul Sweezy & Harry Magdoff^Marxism in America: The Monthly Review Experience. An Interview by Michael Hillard and Claude Misukiewicz
@Fred Curtis^What Is Profit?

Poetry by Caroline Ricahrds and Greta Harris. Artwrok by Fethi Meghelli.
Book reviews by Jonathan Diskin and Julie Graham.

Summer1988 Volume1,Number2
@Bertolt Brecht^Tales of Herr Keuner
@Etienne Baliba^The Concept of Class Politics in Marx
@Samir Amin^Accumulation on a World Scale: Thirty Years Later
@Jim Stormes^The Poor in the United States: A Class-Analytic Approach
@Carl Freedman^Nietzche and Ideology-Critique: A Note on The Twilight of the Idols
@Susan F.Feiner^Slavery, Classes, and Accumulation in the Antebellum South
@Frank R.Annunziato^Gramsci's Theory of Trade Unionism
Review
@Richard Wright^Politics and Class Analysis, by Barry Hindess and The Retreat from Class, by Ellen Meiksins Wood
@Ric McIntyre^Selling Culture: Bloomingdale's, Diana Vreeland, and the New Aristocracy of Taste in Regan's America, by Debora Silverman
@Richard Wolff^Is There a Future for Marxism? and Marxism and Philosophy, by Alex Callinicos
Contributors
Artwork by Palle Nielsen

Fall1988 Volume1,Number3
@Bruce Norton^The Power Axis: Bowles, Gordon, and Weisskopf's Theory of Postwar U.S.Accumulation
@Samuel Bowles, David Gordon&Thomas Weisskopf^Social Institutons,Interests, and the Empirical Analysis of Accumulation: A Reply to Bruce Norton
@Amitava Kumar^August,1987; The Moon over Harijan Tola; History; I leave the door open
@Doris Y.Kadish^New Marxist Criticism and the New Novel: The Example of Claude Simon
@Genevieve Baucheron^Vacation; Cleaning Wherever You Go; Lightbulbs; Cityscape from My Studio Window(130)
@Alain Lipietz^Building an Alternative Movement in France
@Duncan Kennedy^Radical Intellectuals in American Culture and Politics, or My Talk at the Gramsci Institute @Elizabeth Oakes^Grenada under Occupation: U.S.Economic Policy,1983-87
Reviews
@Frank R.Annunziato^The Fall of the House of Labor, by David Montgomery
@Richard Wolff^The Marx-Weber Debate, edited by Norbert Wiley
Contributors

Winter1988 Volume1,Number4
@R.G.Davis^Music from the Left
@Sheila Rowbotham^Rosalyn Baxandall's Words on Fire and the Question of Syndicalism
@David F.Ruccio^The Merchant of Venice, or Marxism in the Mathematical Mode
@The Editors^On Language Poetry
@Charles Bernstein^The View from Nowhere and other poetry
@Carl freedman&Neil Lazarus^The Mandarin Marxism of Theodor Adorno
@Robert Gwathemy^A Pictorial Celebration and Commemoration
@John Roche^Value, Money, and Crisis in the First Part of Capital
@Dean J.Saitta^Marxism,Prehistory,and Primitive Communism
Remarx
@ Harriet Fraad^Personal Life as Problematic: A Comparison of Woody Allen's September and Norman Jewison'S Moonstruck
Review
@George DeMartino^Prisoners of the American Dream, by Mike Davis
Contributors
Cartoons by Alfredo Garzon


<1989>
Spring1989 Volume2,Number1
@Orlando Nunez Soto^Social Movements in the Struggle for Democracy, Revolution, and Socialism
@May Stevens^One Plus or Minus One
@David Levine^The Sense of Theory in Political Economy
@Mas'ud Zavarzadeh^Theory as Resistance
@Alfredo Garzon^Short Stories
@Joseph E.Medley^Concepts of Capital Accumulation and Economic Development: Samir Amin's Contradictions
@Ira Gerstein^(Re)Structuring Structural Marxism
Reviews
@Richard Wolff^The Last Intellectuals: American Culture in the Age of Academe, by Russell Jacoby
@Rajeswari Mohan^The Political Forms of Modern Society, by Claude Lefort
Contributions
Index to Volume1

Summer1989 Volume2,Number2
@Manuel Antonio Garreton^The Ideas of Socialist Renovation in Chile
@Rudolf Baranik^Excerpts from the "Dictionary of the 24th Century"(56,132,146)
@Richard D.Wolff^Gramsci, Marxism, and Philosophy
@E.San Juan,Jr.^Problems in the Marxist Project of Theorizing Race
@John Willoughby^Is Global Capitalism in Crisis? A Critique of Postwar Crisis Theories
@Joseph Nechvatal^Paintings
@Roberto Finelli^Some Thoughts on the Modern in the Works of Smith, Hegel, and Marx
Correspondence
@Bruce Roberts^Value Theory and Crisis Theory Are Not Incompatible: A Comment on John Roche's "Value, Money, and Crisis in the First Part of Capital"
@John Roche^Reply to Bruce Roberts
Reviews
@Jerry Lembcke^Cultures of Solidarity: Consciousness, Action, and Contemporary American Workers, by Rick Fantasia
@Larry Hartenian^The Left Academy: Marxist Scholarship on American Campuses, edited by Bertell Ollman and Edward Vernoff
@Thomas F.Mayer^No Ivory Tower: McCarthyism and the Universities, by Ellen W.Schrecker
Contributors

Fall1989 Volume2,Number3
Science, Race, Class, and Gender: A Symposium
@Sandra Harding^Taking Responsibility for Our Own Gender, Race, Class: Transforming Science and the Social Studies of Science
@Steven Rose^Dialectical and Reductionist Biology
@Hilary Rose^Taking about Science as a Socialist-Feminst
@Jack Amariglio&Antonio Callari^Marxian Value Theory and the Problem of the Subject: The Role of Commodity Fetishim
@Rob A.Okun^The Rosenbergs: Collected Visions of Artists and Writers
@Warren Montag^Spinoza: Politics in a World without Transcendence
@Etienne Balibar^Spinoza, the Anti-Orwell: The Fear of the Masses
@Arjo Klamer&Donald McCloskey^The Rhetoric of Disagreement
Correspondence
@Dan Kiamie&Rita DeSalvo^Theodor Adorno, Rebel without a Cause: A Marxism Critique of Critical Thought
@Carl Freedman&Neil Lazarus^Reply to Dan Kiamie and Rita DeSalvo
Marxism Now^1989Conference Schedule
Contributors

Winter1989 Volume2,Number4
@Harriet Fraad,Stephen Resnick&Richard Wolff^For Every Knight in Shining Armor, There's a Castle Waiting to Be Cleaned: A Marxist-Feminist Analysis of the Household
@comments by
@@Julie Matthaei^Surplus Labor, the Household, and Gender Oppression
@@Zillah Eisenstein^Rejecting "Precise" Marxism for Feminism
@@Kim Lane Scheppele^Constructive Marxian Theory
@@Nancy Folbre&Heidi Hartmann^The Persistence of Patriarchal Capitalism
@@Stephanie Coontz^History and Family Theory
@Luis Camnitzer^Selfportrait and other art
@Robert A.Gorman^Black Neo-Marxism in Liberal America
@Fereydoun Tonekaboni^The Anti-Illiteracy Machine
@Kai Nielsen^The Concept of Ideology: Some Marxist and Non-Marxist Conceptualizations
Remarx
@Nelson Moe^Marxist Critique in the United States, Moving into the Nineties: A Report on the Conference "Marxism Now: Traditions and Difference"
Reviews
@George DeMartino^The Meaning of Crisis, by James O'Connor
@Sean Flaherty^Arguing for Equality, by John Baker
@Harry Cleaver^C.L.R.James: The Artist as Revolutionary, by Paul Buhle
Contributors
Index to Volume2


<1990>
Spring1990 Volume3,Number1
@Ariel Dorfman^A Matter of Time
@Anne Showstack Sassoon^Gramsci's Subversion of the Language of Politics
@Bertell Ollman^Putting Dialectics to Work: The Process of Abstraction in Marx's Method
@David Wojnarowicz^In the Shadow of Forward Motion
@@Felix Guattari^David Wojnarowicz
@Satyananda Gabriel^Ancients: A Marxian Theory of Self-Exploitation
@Charles J.Stivale^From Heterodoxy to 'Counter-Discourse': The Arguments Group
@Eli Zaretsky^American Exceptionalim and Working-Class History:A Discussion of Three Recent Books
Remarx
@Stephen Resnick&Richard Wolff^China Today and Class Analysis
@Tony Rosso^Roger and Me: A Review Essay
Contributors

Summer1990 Volume3,Number2
@Frank R. Annunziato^Commodity Unionism
@Marta Harnecker^The Question of the Vanguard and the Present Crisis in Latin America
@Giuseppe Vacca^Perestroika, Socialism, and Europe
@M.Kasper^Agit-Prop
@Harriet Fraad, Stephen Resnick&Richard Wolff^Class, Patriarchy, and Power: A Reply
@Aggie H.Vegso^Hungary 1956 in the Eyes of Red Diaper Baby
@Satyananda Gabriel^Under Sugarloaf Mountain
@Christopher Gutkind^Not either/or: A poetic study to criticize but individualize the plural
Remarx
@Joel Schechter^Dario Fo, "Trumpets and Raspberries"
@Miriam A.Glucksmann^Domestic and Wage Labour: Women's Class Relations in Interwar Britain
Review
@Michael Hardt^Revolution Retrieved: Selected Writings on Marx, Keynes, Capitalist Crisis and New Social Subjects, by Toni Negri
Contributors

Fall-Winter1990 Volume3,Number3-4
MARXISM, RADICAL DEMOCRACY, AND THE CURRENT CRISIS OF SOCIALISM
@Carole Biewener^Loss of a Socialist Vision in France
@Manning Marable^Socialist Vision and Political Struggle for the 1990s
@Samuel Bowles&Herbert Gintis^Rethinking Marxism and Liberalism from a Radical Democratic Perspective

RACE, GENDER, CLASS: NEW COMBINATIONS, NEW THEORIES
@Ann Ferguson^The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Class in the United States Today
@Satyananda Gabriel^The Continuing Significance of Race: An Overdeterminist Approach to Racism
@Harriet Fraad^Anorexia Nervosa: The Female Body as a Site of Gender and Class Transition

MARXIAN THEORY AND THE QUESTION OF SCIENCE
@Richard Levins^Toward the Renewal of Science

GLOBAL CULTURE AND IMPERIALIST POLITICS IN THE LATE 20TH CENTURY
@Morris H.Morley&James F.Petras^Sacrificing Dictators to Save the State: Permanent and Transitory Interests in U.S. Foreign Policy
@Amitava Kumar^Towards Postmodern Marxist Theory: Ideology, State, and the Politics of Critique
@Neil Lazarus^Imperialism, Cultural Theory, and Radical Intellectualism Today: A Critical Assessment

RADICAL POETS AND PLAYWRIGHTS: The LANGUAGE OF DISSENT
@Marjorie Agosin^Caribe Hilton and other poetry
@Amitava Kumar^Night Raid and other poetry
@Maurya Wickstrom^Zone West Theater Co.^The History of Corporations, Part2: From Just this Side of the Grave

MARXIST-FEMINIST STUDIES: CRITICAL ENGAGEMENTS
@Ellen Rooney^Marks of Gender
@Doris Y.Kadish^Inclusion and Exclusion of Femininity in David's "Marat assassine"
@Nelson J.Moe^Production and Its Others: Gramsci's "Sexual Question"
@Carla Freccero^Talking Commodities: Woman in a Renaissance Text

POSTMODERNISM, POSTSTRUCTURALISM, AND MARXISM: OPEN WARFARE OR RAPPROCHEMENT?
@Rosemary Hennessy^Materialist Feminism and Foucault: The Politics of Appropriation
@Tony Smith^The Critique of Marxism in Baudrillard's Later Writings
@Ted Stolze^A Marxist Encounter with the Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze
@Steven Jay Gold^Foucault's Critique of Functional Marxism

THE DIVERSITY OF MARXISM: ALTHUSSER AND NONDETERMINIST TRADITIONS IN MARXIAN THOUGHT
@Carl Freedman^The Interventional Marxism of Louis Althusser
@Richard D.Wolff^The Marxist Theoretical Tradition: One View

Contributors
Index to Volume3


<1991>
Spring1991 Volume4,Number1
Louis Althusser(1918-1990): In Memoriam
@Etienne Balibar^For Althusser
@Stephen Resnick & Richard Wolff^Althusser's Contribution
@Louis Althusser^On Marx and Freud
@Warren Montag^The Emptiness of a Distance Taken: Freud, Althusser, Lacan
@Julie Graham^Fordism/Post-Fordism, Marxism/Post-Marxism: The Second Cultural Divide
@Hans Breder & Barbara Welch^Portrait of Rosa/Retrato de Rosa
@Paul Bove^Dante,Gramsci, and Cultural Criticism
@Paul D. Raskin & Stepen S. Bernow^Ecology and Marxism: Are Green and Red Complementary?
Remarx
@Michael Hillard & Richard McIntyre^A Kinder, Gentler Capitalism? Resurgent Corporate Liberalism in the Age of Bush
Correspondence
@John Hutton^Laughter and Liberation: In Response to Zavarzadeh
@Mas'ud Zavarzadeh^"Argument"and the Politics of Laughter
Contribution

Summer 1991 Volume4,Number2
@Susan Evee Jahoda^"Economy of Desire," " Bearing Patriarchy," and "Theaters of Madness"
@Vicente Navarro^The Limitations of Legitimationa and Fordism and the Possibility for Socialist Reforms
@Michael Hillard^Domination and Technological Change: A Review and Appraisal of Braverman, Marglin, and Noble
@Patty Lee Parmalee^Rethinking Utopia: From "Metropolis" to "Batman"
Radical Economics
@William Milberg^Marxism, Poststructuralism, and the Discourse of Ecnomics
@Michael A. Lebowitz^The Significance of Marx's Missing Book on Wage-Labor
@David M. Kotz^Accumulation, Money, and Credit in the Circuit of Capital
@John Willoughby^Nationalism and Globalism: Beyond the Neo-Leninist Tradition
Remarx
@Phineas Baxandall^Goulash Capitalism in Budapest
Review
@Richard Mcintyre^Marxism in the U.S.A.: From 1870 to the Present Day, by Paul Buhle
Contributors

Fall 1991 Volume4,Number3
@Marcia Landy^Socialist Education Today: Pessimism or Optimism of the Intellect?
@Wolfgang Fritz Haug^The Surrender of the Fortress: Did the East German People Vote for the Restoration?
@George DeMartion^Trade-Union Isolation and the Catechism of the Left
@John Pitman Weber^"Yell" and other art
Reading Theater Radically
@R.G. Davis^Unwrapping and Remapping Brecht's "The Mother" : The Old Left and the New Left Shuffle
@Linda Kintz^Gendering the Critique of Representation: Fascism, the Purified Body, and Theater in Adorno, Artaud, and Maria Irene Fornes
@Julian Markels^Shakespeare's Materialism in "King Lear"
Remarx
@Tom Bottomore^Problems and Prospects of a Socialist Economy in Europe
@Allan MacNeill & Ted Burczak^The Critique of Consumerism in "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover"
Review
@Robert J.S. Ross^History and Subjectivity: The Transformation of Marxism by Robert S. Cottlieb
Contributors

Winter 1991 Volume4,Number4
@Nancy C.M. Hartsock^Louis Althusser's Structural Marxism: Political Clarity and Theoretical Distortions
@Donna Landry & Gerald MacLean^Rereading Laclau and Mouffe
@Sue Coe^"La OcupacioLn de PanamaL" and other art
@Thomas E. Weisskopf^Marxian Crisis Theory and the Contradictions of Late Twentieth-Century Capitalism
@Ronald L. Caplan^The United States Health Care Crisis: A Marxian Reappraisal
@David Konstan^Before Post-Marxism: Ellen Meiksins Wood on Modern Theory and Ancient Society
Remarx
@Sut Jhally & Bill Livant^Sports and Clutural Politics: The Attraction of Modern Spectator Sports
@Jerzy Szczupaczynski^Polish Marxism at a Crossroads
Review
@Steven Best^Jean Baudrillard: From Marxism to Postmodernism and Beyond by Douglas Kellner
Corresphondence @Thomas E.Wartenberg^Individual Household Production: Comments on Gabriel @Satyannada Gabriel^Individual Household Production: A Reply
Contributors
Index to Volume 4


<1992>
Spring 1992 Volume5,Number1
@Stuart Hall^Race, Culture, and Communications: Looking Backward and Forward at Cultural Studies
@Carl Freedman^Louisiana "Duce" : Notes Toward a Systematic Analysis of Postmodern Fascism in America
@Romano Luperini^Tendencies of Criticism in Contemporary Italy
@Roberto Finelli^Production of Commodities and Production of Images: Reflections on Modernism and Postmodernism
@Satyananda Gabriel & Michael F. Martin^Chaina: The Ancient Road to Communism?
@Peter Hitchcock^Cultural Studies and the Prospects for a Multicultural Materialism
@Sarah White^The Great Shift
Remarx
@Immanuel Wallerstein^Post-America and the Collapse of Leninism
@Dragan KlaicL^Riding Noah's Ark: An Evening in an Eastern European Theater
Review
@Howard Engelskirchen^Locating the Analysis of Legal Form: E.B. Pashukanis
Contributors

Summer 1992 Volume5,Number2
Marxism After Communism
@David F. Ruccio^Failure of Socialism, Future of Socialist?
@Ronald Aronson^After Communism
@Alan Hunt^Can Marxism Survive?
@Stephen Cullenberg^Socialism's Burden: Toward a "Thin" Definition of Socialism
@Edward B. Chilcote & Ronald H. Chilcote^The Crisis of Marxism: An Appraisal of New Directions
@Tuli Kupferberg^Dont Make Trouble
Remarx
@Neil Larsen^Negation of the Abnegation: Dialectical Criticism in the 1990s
@Barbara Foley^Class
@R. Radhakrishnan^Representing the Political
Contributors

Fall 1992 Volume5,Number3
@Teresa L. Ebert^Detecting the Phallus: Authority, Ideology, and the Production of Patriarchal Agents in Detective Fiction
@Etienne Balibar^Europe after Communism
@Enrique Dussel^Liberation Theology and Marxism
@Richard McIntyre^Theories of Uneven Development and Social Change
@Barbara Todd, Jeannie Kamins & Wendy Lewington Coulter^Radical Fibers
Remarx
@Patrick Flaherty^The Soviet Economic Crisis and the Autonomous Labor Movement
Review
@William P. Hetrick & Jesyca Durchin^Advertising and (Post)Modernity: The Case of "How to Get Ahead in Advertising"
@Contributors

Winter 1992 Volume5,Number4
@Dominique Lecourt^Marx in the Sieve of Darwin
@Katherine Gibson^Hewers of Cake and Drawers of Tea: Women, Industrial Restructuring, and Class Processes on the Coalfields of Central Queensland
@Winnie R. Owens-Hart, Jesse Lott & Joyce J. Scott^Next Generation: Southern Black Aesthetic
@Brian J. Shaw^Praxis, Hermeneutics, and the Kingdom: Marx and Latin American Liberation Theology
@George Hartley^Context Needs a Contest: Poetic Economy and Bruce Andrew's "Gibe Em Enough Rope"
@Ron Sakolsky^"Disciplinary Power," , the Labor Process, and the Constitution of the Laboring Subject
Review
@Richard D. Wolff^The End of the Cold War:Eurpean Unity, Socialism, and the Shift in Global Power by Bogdan Denitch
Correspondence
@James O'Conner^Rethinking Radical Democracy from a Marxist Perspective: A Critique of Bowles and Gintis's "Rethinking Marxism from a Radical Democratic Perspective"
Contributors
Index to Volume 5


<1993>
Spring 1993 Volume6,Number1
@Nancy Fraser^Clintonism, Welfare, and the Antisocial Wage: The Emergence of a Neoliberal Political Imaginary
@Robert Albritton^Marxism Political Economy for an Age of Postmodern Excess
@Benjamin Harris^"Don't Be Unconscious; Join Our Ranks": Psychology, Politics, and Communist Education
@Marjorie Agosin^"Returns/Retornos" and other poems
@Michael Perelman^The Qualitative Side of Marx's Value Theory
@Daniel O'Connell^Bloom and Babbit: A Gramscian View
@George Snedeker^Between Humanism and Social Theory: The Cultural Criticism of Raymond Williams
@Michael Hillard^The Future of East Germany after the GDR: An Interview with Peter Kruger
Remarx
@Victor D. Lippit^But What about China?
Review
@Christopher Wise^Camera Politica: The Politics and Ideology of Contemporary Hollywood Films, by Michael Ryan and Douglas Kellner
Contributors

Summer 1993 Volume6,Number2
@J.K. Gibson-Graham^Wating for the Revolution, or How to Smash Capitalism while Working at Home in Your Spare Time
@Marcia Landy & Stanley Shostak^Postmodernism as Folklore in Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema
@Stephen Resnick & Richard Wolff^State Capitalism in the USSR? A High-Stakes Debate
@Elizam Escobar^The Effigies of the Sphinx/Las Efigies de la esfinge
@Steven R. Mansfield^Gramsci and the Dialectic:Resisting "Encrocement"
@Lawrence E. Hazelrigg^Marx and the Meter of Nature
Remarx
@Frigga Haug^Marxism in the New World Order: Crises and Possibilities
@Diane Flaherty^Socialism and Nationalism: Ethnicity, Class, and Civil War in Yugoslavia
Review
@Andrew J. Kliman^The Marxist-Humanist Theory of State-Capitalism, by Raya Dunayevskaya, and Trotskyism, by Alex Callinicos
Contributors

Fall 1993 Volume6,Number3
@Samir Amin^Culture and Ideology in the Contemporary Arab World
@Jonathan Diskin & Blair Sandler^Essntialism and the Economy in the Post-Marxist Imaginary Reopening the Sutures
@Frigga Haug^Boys' Games and Human Work: On Gender Relations as Relations of Production
@Anne Lopes & Gary Roth^Marxism's Feminism: Bebel and Zetkin in Opposition
@Philip J. Kain^Marx, Sahlins, and Ethnocentrism
@Steven Cresap^Nietzsche as Social Engineer: "The Birth of Tragedy" 's Critique of Action
Remarx
@Karyan K. Sanyal^Capital, Primitive Accumulation, and the Third World: From Annihilation to Appropriation
@Marc Kipniss^Transparent Commodities and the Commodification of Transparency
Review
@Richard D. Wolff^Consciousness and Revolution in Soviet Philosophy, by David Bakhurst
Contributors

Winter 1993 Volume6,Number4
@Andriana Vlachou^The Socialist Transformation of China: Debates over Class and Social Development
@Juan Cameron^"The Misssing/Los Ausentes" and other poetry
@Christopher J. Arthur^Negation of the Negation in Marx's "Capital"
@Toni M. Calasanti & Anna M. Zajicek^Reweving a Critical Theory: The Socialist-Feminist Contributions
@Howard Sherman^The Relational Approach to Political Economy
Remarx
@Frank Annunziato^Hollywood's Reconstruction of Malcom X and Jimmy Hoffa
Review
@George DeMartion^Reconstructing Marxism: Essays on Explanation and the Theory of History, by Erik Olin Wright, Andrew Levine, and Elliott Sober
Contributors
Index to Volume 6


<1994>
Spring 1994 Volume7,Number1
@Stephen Resnick & Richard Wolff^Between State and Private Capitalism: What Was Soviet "Socialism" ?
@Reinhold Wagnleitner^American Cultural Diplomacy, Hollywood, and the Cold War in Central Europe
@Carol A. Stabile^Feminism without Guarantees: The Misalliances and Missed Alliances of Postmodernist Social Theory
@Bruce Pietrykowski^Consuming Culutre: Postmodernism, Post-Fordism, and Economics
@Susan Jahoda & May Stevens^"This is my body: this is my blood"
@Jay Stone^The Phenomenological Roots of the Radical Democracy/Marxism Debate
Remarx
@Erwin Marquit^Ideological Basis of the Organizational Crisis of Marxism-Leninism in the United States
@Benjamin B. Page^Tiger(Still) at the Gates, or The Cold War Is Not Yet Over
Review
@Jonathan Diskin^New Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time, by Ernesto Laclau
Contributors

Summer 1994 Volume7,Number2
@Kenneth Surin^"Reinventing a Physiology of Collective Liberation" : Going "Beyond Marx" in the Marxism(s) of Negri, Guattari, and Deleuze
@Barbara Epstein^Masculinity and the Culture of Anxiety in the Postwar United States
@Blair Sandler^Grow or Die: Marxist Theories of Capitalism and the Enviroment
@Harry Williams^Kicking up a Fuss over Ownership: Property and Politics in the People's Republic of China
@Martha A. Ackelsberg^Dependency or Mutuality: A Feminist Perspective on Dilemmas of Welfare Policy
@John Sinisi^The Shadow of Hobbes
@Marilyn Zuckerman^The Cherry Orchard Problems for Peace in the Middle East
Remarx
@Leonard Harris^An Open Letter: What are the Future Way/s for Socialist?
@Thomas DelGiudice^Making History Matter in International Trade: a Class Perspective
@Carles Muntaner^Class Behavior: An Alternative to Radical Choice Microfoundations
Review
@Tony Smith^Power and Money, by Ernest Mandel
Contributors

Fall 1994 Volume7,Number3
@Jack Amariglio & David F. Ruccio^Postmodernism, Marxism, and the Critique of Modern Economic Thought
@Julia Hell, Loren Kruger & Katie Trumpener^Dossier: Socialist Realism and East German Modernism-Another Historian's Debate
@Katie Trumpener^On the Way to Socialist Realism: Teleology, Subject Formation, and Anna Seghers's "On the Way to the American Embassy"
@Loren Kruger^Saboteur as Model Worker: Socialist Realism and the Labor of Socialism
@Julia Hell^Christa Wolf's "Divided Heaven" and the Collapse of(Socialist) Realism
@Regina Frank^"L'Adieu: Pearls Before Gods"
@Rosemary Hennessy^Queer Theory, Left Politics
Remarx
@Andriana Vlachou^Reflections on the Ecological Critiques and Reconstructions of Marxism
@Roy Morrison^Two Questions for Theory and Practice: Can You Be Marxist and Green? Can Marxism Be Green?
Review
@Teresa.L. Ebert^The Surplus of Enjoyment in the Post-al Real. The Sublime Object of Ideology and Looking Awry, by Slavoj Zizek
Contributors

Winter 1994 Volume7,Number4
@William Olson & Antonio Callari^A Conversation with Cornel West
@Allegra De Laurentiis^A Prophet Turned Backwards: Materialism and Mysticism in Walter Benjamin's Notion of History
@Ajit Chaudhury^On Colonial Hegemony: Toward a Critique of Brown Orientalism
@Henry Krips^Interpellation, Antagonism, Repetition
@Cinthea Fiss^"Pump"
@Cynthia Kaufman & JoAnn Martin^The Chasm of the Political in Postmodern Theory
Remarx
@Gabriel F. Fried & Richard D. Wolff^Modern Ancients: Self-Employed Truckers
@Lauren Langman^From Capitalist Tragedy to Postmodern Farce: The Eighteenth Broomstick of H.Ross Perot
Review
@Marc Epprecht^Is Socialist Feminism Passe? A Review Essay
Contributors
Index to Volume 7


<1995>
Spring 1995 Volume8,Number1
@Satyananda Gabriel^Paper People Burn
@Caffyn Kelley^Art and Life
@Ricahrd Wolff^Magritte: A Painter Brushes with Overdertermination
@Bruce Talbot Coram^Some Applications of Game Theory to Marxian Political Economy
@Sheila Rowbotham^Hindsight
@Sanford F. Schram^Inverting Political Economy: Perspective, Position, and Discourse in the Analysis of Welfare
@Michael Roberts^Rereading Marx and Nietzsche
Remarx
@Maurya Wickstrom^Girl Child and Camera: Orlando from Woolf to Potter and Beyond
@Stefano G. Azzara^Marxist Thought, Leninism, and the Historical Balance of the Twentieth Century
Correspondence
@Raphael Sassower^Postmodern Marxism: Political Economy in the Making
@Robert Albritton^Postmodern Economy in the Making: A Response
Contributors

Summer 1995 Volume8,Number2
@Enid Arvidson^Cognitive Mapping and Class Politics: Towards a Nondeterminist Image of the City
@Ramsey Eric Ramsey^A Politics of Dissatisfation: The Heretical Marxisms of Reich and Bloch
@Teresa L. Ebert^The Knowable Good: Post-al Politics, Ethics, and Red Feminism
@Colin Hay^Rethinking Crisis: Narratives of the New Right and Constructions of Crisis
@David Mertz^The Radical Other in Nationalist Subjectivations: A Lacanian Analysis
@Bradley J. Macdonald^From the Spectacle to Unitary Urbanism: Reassessing Situationist Theory
Remarx
@Jo-Young Shin^Althusser's Contribution to a Postmodern(Overdeterminist)Marxism
Review
@Richard Wolff^The Future Lasts Forever: A Memoir, by Louis Althusser.
@Chip Rhodes^The Althusserian Legacy, edited by Michael Sprinker and E.Ann Kaplan, and Althusser: A Critical Reader, edited by Gregory Elliott
Contributors

Fall 1995 Volume8,Number3
@Liu Kang^The Problematics of Mao and Althusser: Alternative Modernity and Cultural Revolution
@Robert F. Garnett,Jr.^Markets, Modernism, and Marx: Some Thoughts on Economics after the Cold War
@Michael Parkhurst^Adorno and the Practice of Theory
@Martin Espada^"All the People Who Are Now Red Trees" and other poems
@Margaret Nash^Feminist Economies
@Domenico Jervolino^Towards a Philosophy of Liberation from a Cosmopolitan Perspective
@Tony Fabijancic^The Dialectics of Modernity: Reification, Space, and Vision
@Sally Grizzell^Artworks
Remarx
@Diane Roche and James R.Stormes^"Let Us Lift up Our Hearts": Communical Classes Processe in the Success of a Low-Income Community
@Ajit Chaudhury^Rethinking Marxism in India: The Heritage We Renounce
@Edward S. Reed^The Cycle of Abuse: Personal and Political
Review
@Andrew Kliman^Marx's Method in "Capital": A Reexamination, Edited by Fred Moseley
Contributors

Winter 1995 Volume8,Number4
@David Harvey^Globalization in Question
Remarx: Derrida's Marx
@Pierre Macherey^Marx Dematerialized, or the Spirit of Derrida
@J.K. Gibson-Graham^Haunting Capitalism...in the Spirit of Marx and Derrida
@Robert F. Garnett,Jr.^Marx's Value Theory: Modern or Postmodern?
@John Milios^Marxist Theory and Marxism as a Mass Ideology: The Effects of the Collapse of "Really Existing Socialism" on West European Marxism
@Nick Stevenson^Critical Theory, Ideology, and Televison
@Kenneth Long^Marx, Fanon, Nkrumah, and the Intersection of Socialism and Radical Feminism
@Fred Lonidier^"Blueprint for a Strike"
Review
@Ronald Morton^Cold War Criticism and the Politics of Skepticism, by Tobin Siebers and Fifteen Jugglers, Five Believers: Literary Politics and the Poetics of American Social Movements, by T.V. Reed
Contributors
Index to Volume 8


<1996>^<1997>
Spring 1996/97 Volume9,Number1
@J.K. Gibson-Graham^Querying Globalization
@Serap Syse Kayatekin^Sharecropping and Class: A Preliminary Analysis
@Deborah Cook^The Rhetoric of Protest: Adorno on the Liberal Democratic Tradition
@Amitava Kumar^"Trotsky in the Park"
@Paul Kamolnick^G.A. Cohen's Refutation of Inegalitarianism and the Quest for a Contemporary Socialist Ethic
@Thomas Kamber^Marx, Tragedy, and Utopia
@Scott Townsend^"Fair Game"
Remarx
@Kalyan K. Sanyal^Postmarxism and the Third World: A Critical Response to the Radical Democratic Agenda
@David Mertz^Sex Wars: The New Left's AIDS-Related Scientism
Contributors

Summer 1996/97 Volume9,Number2
@Cindy Patton^Queer Space/God's Space: Counting Down to the Apocalypse
@Jenny Cameron^Throwing a Dishcloth into the Works: Troubling Theories of Domestic Labor
@Noel Castree^Invisible Leviathan: Speculations on Marx, Spivak, and the Question of Value
@Philip Goldstein^Communism and Postmodern Theory: A Revaluation of Althusser's Marxism
Remarx
@Peter d'Errico^Corporate Personality and Human Commodification
@Anjan Chakrabarti and Ajit Chaudhury^Can the Sa(va)ge Speak?
Review
@Loren Kruger^Art and History in South Africa
Contributors

Fall 1996/97 Volume9,Number3
@The Editors^Open Letter on Behalf of Antonio Negri
@Theodore Burczak^Socialism after Hayek
@Tom Lewis^The Politics of "Hauntology" in Derrida's Specters of Marx
@Murray E. G. Smith^Revisiting Trotsky: Reflections on the Stalinist Debacle and Trotskyism as Alternative
Remarx
@Ronald Aronson^Toward a Relativized Marxism
@Richard Wolff^Response to Aronson
@Antonio Callari^Aronson's Marxism Is Dead.Long Live Marxism
@Conor Kostick^Marxism in Ireland
Correspondence
@Sue Penna and Martin O'Brien^Inequality, Transformation, and Political Agency: Reflections on Teresa Ebert's Red Feminism
@Teresa L. Ebert^(Oc)Cult of the Post-al
Contributors

Winter 1996/97 Volume9,Number4
@Andrew Parker^Re-Marx: Prehistory
@Harriet Fraad^At Home with Incest
@Juha Koivisto and Veikko Pietilae^Ideological Powers and Resistance: The Contribution of W.F.Haug and Projekt Ideologie-Theorie
@Roby Rajan^Erasures of Economy:Aesthetics in the Regime of Value
Remarx
@Henry A. Giroux^Radical Pedagogy and Prophetic Thought: Remembering Paulo Freire
@Shai Ophir^Artificial Societies: The Evolution of Cooperation
Contributors
Index to Volume 9


<1998>
Spring 1998 Volume10,Number1
@The Editors^Rethinking Marxism: Ten Years on
@Susan Jahoda^The Dancing Lesson
@Peter Ives^A Grammatical Introduction to Gramsci's Political Theory
@Roger Burbach^The (Un)Defining of Postmodern Marxism: On Smashing Modernization and Narrating New Social and Economic Actors
@Darko Suvin^Two Cheers for Essentialism and Totality: On Marx's Oscillation and Its Limits(as well as on the Taboos of Post-Modernism)
@Anja Rudiger^Radical Politics of Displacement
Correspondence
@Murray E.G.Smith^Marxist Value Theory and "Progressive" Poststructuralism: A Reply to Noel Castree
@Noel Castree^The Unbearable Lightness of Being Theoretical?
Remarx
@Ajit Chaudhury^Toward Closing a Century-old Debate: Transformation of Value into Prices in a World of Heterogeneous Labors
Contributors

Summer 1998 Volume10,Number2
@Mike Sell^The Avant-Garde of Absorption: Happenings, Fluxus, and the Performance Economies of The American Sixties
@Martin Morris^Capitalist Society and its real Abstractions: The Critique of Reification in Habermas's Social Theory
@Joann Pavletich^Emotions, Experience, and Social Control in The Twentieth Century
Socialism, Capitalism, and the Labor Theory of Property:
A Marxian-Austrian Dialogue
@Stephen Cullenberg^Exploitation, Appropriation, And Exclusion: Locating Capitalist Injustice
@David L. Prychitko^Hayekian Socialism: Rethinking Burczak, Ellerman, and Kirzner
@Piter Boettke^Rethinking Ourselves: Negotiating Values in the Political Economy of Postcommunism
@Theodore Burczak^Appropriation, Responsibility, and Agreement
Remarx
@Matthew Ruben^12Monkeys and the Failure of Everything: For a New Method
@Carles Muntaner and Francisco Fernandez Buey^Manuel Sacristan, Spanish Marxist: Breaking the Pact of Silence
Review
@Sean Flaherty^The End of Work, by Jeremy Rifkin
Contributors

Fall 1998 Volume10,Number3
@Antonio Callari and David F.Ruccio^Rereading Althusser
@W.V.Spanos^Althusser's "Problematic" in the Context of The Vietnam War:Toward a Spectral Politics
@Francois Matheron^The Recurrence of the Void in Louis Althusser
@Max Statkiewicz^Theater and/of Ideology: The Notion of Spostamento in Althusser's Theory of Theatrical Praxis
@Ted Stolze^Deleuze and Althusser: Flirting with Structuralism
@Warren Montag^Althusser's Nominalism: Structure and Singularity(1962-6)
@Gregory Elliott^The Necessity of Contingency: Some Notes
@Gabriel Albiac^Althusser,Reader of Althusser: Autobiography as Fictional Genre
@Richard Wolff^A Note on Althusser's Importance for Marxism Today
@Fernanda Navarro^An Encounter With Althusser
@Amitava Kumar^Poetry for the People
Corrspondence
@Michael Pitt^Sharecropping and Class Analysis: Comments on the Conceptual Issues
@Serap A. Kayatekin^Response to Michael Pitt
Contributors

Winter 1998 Volume10,Number4
@Carla Willard^Nation's Maid: Realizing Jemima, Segregation Policy, and the Dark Side of Consumer Progress,1880-96
@Marc Becker^Una Revolucion Comunista Indigena: Rural Protest Movements in Cayambe,Ecuador
@John O'kane^Adventures in Totalization:Jameson's Search for a Method
@Stephen Philion^Bridging the Gap Between New Social Movement Theory and Class
@Franco Barchiesi^Restructuring, Flexibility, and the Politics of Workplace Subjectivity: A Worker Inquiry in the South African Car Industry
@Shannon Bell^Aphrodite of the Marketplace: Fetishism,Value,and {Sexual}Pragmatism
Remarx
@Timothy A.Gibson^"I Don't Want Them Living around here": Ideologies of Race and Neighborhood Decay
@Fernanda Navarro^A New Way of Thinking in Action:The Zapatistas in Mexico-A Postomodern Guerrilla Movement?
Contributors
Index to Volume 10


<1999>
Spring 1999 Volume11,Number1
@Mohamedo Zayani^Introduction to Rhythmanalysis
@Henri Lefebvre and Catherine Regulier^The Rhythmanalytical Project
@Walid Ra'ad^The Beirut Al-Hadata Archive
@Vidya Ramakrishnan^The Ethico-Political "in" Marx: A Deconstructive Reading
@Leigh George^Imposed Integration: Folk Identity in 12 Million Black Voices
@Andy Merrifield^Notes on Suffering and Freedom: A Marxian and Dostoevskian Encounter
@Alejandro Raiter^Discourse Formations and Ideological Reproduction: The Concept of Dominant Discourse
Remarx
@Ken Byrne^Communist Schools
@Frank Rosengarten^Conferring on Gramsci
Review
@G.M. Goshgarian^Impostures Intellectuelles, by Alan Sokal and Jean Bricmont
@Amitava Kumar^Photocopies, by John Berger, and Believing is Seeing: Creating the Cluture of Art, by Mary Anne Staniszewski
@Andrew Light^Solidarity in the Conversation of Humankind: The Ungroundable Liberalism of Richard Rorty, by Norman Geras
Contributors

Summer 1999 Volum11,Number2
@Jason Read^The Antagonistic Ground of Constitutive Power: An Essay on the Thought of Antonio Negri
@David Bernans^Historical Materialism and Ordinary Language: Grammatical Peculiarities of the Class Struglle "Language Game"
@Stella Gaon^"Politicizing Deconstruction": On Not Treating Specters of Marx
The End of Capitalism:
Queer Identity, Political Affect, and Noncapitalist Economies
@Michael Moon^Valuable Class Time
@David F. Ruccio^Toward An Anthropology of Class Discourses
@Arturo Escobar^Discourse and Cluture in the Undoing of Economism and Capitalocentrism
@J.K.Gibson-Graham^Capitalism goes the "Full Monty"
Remarx
@Loren Kruger^"To Those Born Later":Brecht's Centenary and other Commemorations
@E.San Juan,JR.^Truth and Inconsequence: Who Speaks Now? For Whom? And For What Purpose?
@Seongjin Jeong and Jo-Young Shin^Debates on the Economic Crisis within the Korean Left
@John Milios^Cuba: A Question of Social Solidarity
Reviews
@Eric Shocket^Will Teach for Food: Academic Labor in Crisis, Edited by Cary Nelson
@Fred Curtis^College for Sale: A Critique of the Commodification of Higher Education, by Wesley Shumar
Contributors

Fall 1999 Volume11,Number3
@Beverley Best^Strangers in the Night: The Unlikely Conjunction of Fredric Jameson and Ernesto Laclau
@Julian Markels^The Representation of Class in the Realist Novel
@Viren Murthy^Leftist Mourning: Civil Society and Political Practice in Hegel and Marx
@Steven Cassedy^A Missing Page in the History of Marxist Literary Criticism: How it took Shape in the Yiddish Press in the United States
@Stephen Callis, Leslie Ernst, and Ruben Ortiz Torres^Murder in my Suite: Bienvenidos al Hotel California
Remarx
@Evan Watkins^Gramscian Politics and Capitalist Common Sense
@Andrew Biro and Steven Hayward^The Usual Subjects: Labor, Justice, and Postmodernity in the Usual Suspects
@Meera Nanda^In Search of an Epistemology for Third World People's Science Movements
Review
@Vin Lyon-Callo^Out of Place: Homeless Mobilizations, Subcities, and Contested Landscapes, by Talmadge Wright
@Carla Willard^Selling Culture: Magazines, Markets, and Class at the Turn of the Century, by Richard Ohmann
@Janet O'shea^Tango and the Political Economy of Passion, by Marta Savigliano
@Karen B. Graubart^The Darker Side of the Renaissance: Literacy, Territoriality, and Colonization, by Walter Mignolo
Contributors

Winter 1999 Volume11,Number4
@Christopher Fulton^Toward a Dialectical-Materialist History of Art, with Reference to Developments in Renaissance Italy
@Bradley J. Macdonald^Marx and the Figure of Desire
@John Milios^Preindustrial Capitalist of Forms: Lenin's Contribution to a Marxist Theory of Economic Development
@Gary Tedman^Ideology, The State, and the Aesthetic Level of Practice
@Eliot Katz^Selected Poems
The Ambivalent "Nature" of Critical Theory
@Andrew Feenberg^A Fresh Look at Lukacs: on Steven Vogel's Against Nature
@Andrew Light^Are All Anthropocentrists Against Nature?
@Steven Vogel^For and Against Nature
Remarx
Lesley Higgins and Marie-Christine Leps^Rethinking the Exercise of Power: The Case of the Passport V. Mobility Rights
Review
@Lucas B.Wilson^Young Sidney Hook: Marxist and Pragmatist, by Christopher Phelps
@Richard McIntyre^Consuming People: From Political Economy to Theaters of Economy, by Fuat Firat and Nikhilesh Dholakia
@Rick Wolff^Writings on Psychoanalysis: Freud and Lacan, by Louis Althusser


<2000>
Spring 2000 Volume12,Number1
@David R. Shumway^Fetishizing Fetishism: Commodities, Goods, and the Meaning of Consumer Culture
@Esteve Morera^Gramsci's Critical Modernity
@Michelle Mawhinney^Marx, Nature, and the Ethics of Nonidentity
@Phillip E. Wegner^"A Nightmare on the Brain of the Living": Messianic Historicity, Alienations, and Independence Day
@Ernesto Screpanti^The Postomodern Crisis in Economics and the Revival of Institutionalist Thought
Remarx
@Richard Wolff^Marxism and Democracy
Review
@David McInerney^Dominance Without Hegomony: History and Power in Colonial India, by Ranajit Guha
@Marian Aguiar^Romantic Communist: The Life and Work of Nazim Hikmet, by Saime Goksu and Edward Timms
Contributors

Summer 2000 Volume12,Number2
@Carlos Nelson Coutinho^General Will and Democracy in Rousseau, Hegel and Gramsci
@Hasana Sharp^"Is it Simple to be a Feminist in Philosophy?": Althusser and Feminist Theoretical Practice
@Liz Sisco^Good Neighbors
@Thomas M. Kemple^Post-Marx: Temporal Rhetoric and Textual Action in the Communist Manifesto
@Kenneth Mostern^Postcolonialism after W.E.B.Du Bois
@Ajit Chaudhurya and Anjan Chakrabarti^Marxist Economists and the Market Economy: Through The Lens of a Housewife
@Imre Szeman^Ghostly Matters: On Derrida's Specters
Review
@Richard Wolff^Writing in Disguise: Academic Life in Subordination, by Terry Caesar
Contributors

Fall 2000 Volume12,Number3
@Neve Gordon, Jacinda Swanson, and Joseph Buttigieg^Is the Struggle for Human Rights a Struggle for Emancipation?
@Jeff Noonan^Socialism, Individuality, and the Public/Private Distinction
@Beverley Best^Necessarily Contingtent, Equally Different, and Relatively Universal: The Antinomies of Ernesto Laclau's Social Logic of Hegemony
@Patricia Huntington^Challenging the Colonial Contract: The Zapatistas' Insurgent Imagination
@Agha Shahid Ali^Film Bhajan Found on a 78 Rpm, a Poem
Remarx
@Fred Block^Deconstructing Capitalism as a System
@David Barkin^Welfare and Well-being in Modern Mexico
@Biju Mathew^Byte-Sized Nationalism: Mapping the Hindu Right in the United States
Review
@Steven Vogel^Minding Nature: The Philosophers of Ecology, by David Macauley
@Sasho A.Lambevski^Hypertext2.0-The Convergence of Critical Theory and Technology, by Georege P.Landow
Contributors

Winter 2000 Volume12,Number4
@Yahya M.Madra and Jack Amariglio^Globalization under Interrogation: An Intorduction
@Arif Dirlik^Globalization as the End and the Beginning of History: The Contradictory Implications of a new Paradigm
Postmodernism and Postcolonialism: A Conversation with Deirdre McCloskey and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
@Deirdre Mccloskey^PostModern Market Feminism: Half of A Conversation with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
@Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak^"Other Things are Never Equal": A Speech
@S. Charusheela^On History, Love, and Politics
@Art. Babette Eid^Missing the War
@Andriana Vlachou^The Economics of Global Warming: A Critical Assesment
Remarx
@Thomas A. Dutton and Lian Hurst Mann^Problems in Theorizing "The Political" in Architectural Discourse
@Kai Nielsen^Socialism, Nationalism, and the Case of Quebec
@Laszlo Andor^Has the Dictatorship over Needs Ended in Eastern Europe?
Contributors
Index


<2001>
Spring 2001 Volume13,Number1
@Fred Moseley^Introduction to "The Four Drafts of Capital: Toward a new Interpretation of the Dialectical Thought of Marx," by Enrique Dussel
@Enrique Dussel^The Four Drafts of Capital: Toward a new Interpretation of the Dialectical Tought of Marx
@Herbert G. Reid^The Resurgence of the Market Machine-God and the Obsolescence of Liberal Democracy: On Academic Capitalism as Unsustainable Professionalism
@Deborah Bright^All That is Solid
@Robert Tanner^Marx's Theory of Commodity Fetishism as the Unstated Premise of What is to be Done?
@Wolfgang Fritz Haug^From Marx to Gramsci, From Gramsci to Marx: Historical Materialism and the Philosophy of Praxis
Remarx
@Margot Gayle Backus^"A Most Curious State of Affairs": An Interview with Eamonn McCann on Northern Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement
@Peter Amato^Marx's Science and the "First Critique" of Hegel
Review
@Matthew Calihman^Lukacs After Communism: Interviews with Contemporary Intellectuals, edited by Eve L.Corredor
@Richard E.Joines^Nietzsche's Corps/e : Aesthetics, Politics, Prophecy, or, the spectacular Techonocul Ture of Everyday Life, by Geoff Waite
Contirbutors

Summer 2001 Volume13,Number2
@Slavoj Zizek^What can Lenin tell us about Freedom today?
@Usa Lowe^Utopia and Modernity:Some Obsevations From the Border
@Antonio A.Santucci^Economy and Weltliteratur in the Communist Manifesto
@Narjolein van der veen^Rethinking Commodification and Prostitution: An Effort at Peacemaking in the Battles over Prostitution
@Reed Brody Et Al.^Human Rights and Global Capitalism: A Roundtable Discussion with Human Rights Watch
@Grady Gerbracht^Commutes
@Debrah Cook^Critical Perspectives on Solidarity @Nirban Das^Medical Knowledge of the Body:Colonial Encounters
Remarx
@David Renton^Albert Einstein's Socialism
Contributors

Fall/Winter 2001 Volume13,Number3/4
Dossier on Empire
Edited by Abdul-Karim Mustapha
@Abdul-Karim Mustapha and Bulent Eken^Introduction: Communism in The Grand Style
‡T.Ontology and Representaion
@Jose Rabasa^For Empire
@Timothy S. Murphy^Ontology, Deconstruction, and Empire
@Jason Read^The Hidden Abode of Biopolitical Production: Empire and the Ontology of Pronduction
@Sergio Villalobos-Ruminott^Empire, A Picture of the World
@Mahmut Mutman^On Empire
‡U.Labor, Class, and Technology
@Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff^Empire and Class Analysis
@Nick Dyer-Witheford^Empire, Immaterial Labor, the new Combinations, and the Global Worker
@Alex Galloway^Protocol, or ,How Control Exists after Decentralization
‡V.Global South
@Kenneth Surin^Dossier on Empire
@Pramod K. Mishra^The Fall of the Empire or the Rise of the Global South?
@David Moore^Africa: The Black Hole at the Middle of Empire?
@John Hutnyk^Tales from the RAJ
‡W.Multitude and Social Movements
@Saverio Ansaldi^The Multitude in Empire: Biopolitical Alternatives
@John Beverley^Who are the Christians Today?
@Jon Beasley-Murray^Lenin in America
@Laurence Cox^Barbarian Resistance and Rebel Alliances: Social Movements and Empire
@Josefina Ludmer^An Agenda for the Multitudes
@Imre Szeman^Plundering the Empire: Globalization, Mediation, and Cultural Studies
‡X.Political Openings
@Slavoj Zizek^Have Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri Rewritten the Communist Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century?
@Mohammed Bamyeh^Life and Vision under Globalization
@Brett Levinson^Empire, or the Limit of Our Political Choices
@Alberto Moreiras^A Line of Shadow : Metaphysics in Counter-Empire
@Stany Grelet^The Art of Flight: An Interview with Yann Moulier-Boutang ‡Y.Response of the Authors
@Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri^Adventures of the Multitude: Response of the Authors
Contributors


<2002>
Spring 2002 Volume14,Number1
@Norman Geras^The Ideal of Multivious Care(Utopia and Inequality)
@Ross D.Weiner^The Effects of Broadcasting on Professional Baseball: A Marxian Analysis
@Ursula Biemann^Performing the Border
@David Bernans^Merely Economic? Surplus Extraction, Maldistribution, and Misrecognition
@Rebecca Kukla^Talking Back: Monstrosity, Mundanity, and Cynicism in Television Talk Shows
Globalization under Interrogation
@Bob Jessop^Time and Space in the Globalization of Capital and their Implications for State Power
Remarx
@Richard D.Wolff^The U.S. Economic Crisis: A Marxian Analysis
@Alan Milchaman and Alan Rosenberg^Marxism and Governmentaly Studies: Toward a Critical Encounter
Review
@Costas Panayotakis^A Defence of History and Class Consciousness: Tailism and the Dialectic, by Geroge Lukacs
Contributors
Index to Volume 13

Summer 2002 Volume14,Number2
@John O'Kane^Capital, Culture, and Socioeconomic Justice
@Jason Read^Primitive Accumulation: The Aleatory Foundation of Capitalism
@John Falzon^The Writing of the Epics that are Black and Vanishing
@David M. Kotz^Globalization and Neoliberalism
@George Demartino^A Comment on "Globalization and Neoliberalism," by David Kotz
@Michael Rakowitz^Parasite
Remarx
@Guglielmo Carchedi^Waste, Weapons and Crises
@Eric Schocket^Flags Unfurled
@Max Fraad Wolff^On the Present Situation
@Pierre Mesnard Y Mendez^Access to an Identification of "Terrorism": Words and Actions
@Richard McIntyre^It's a Small World After All: Sustainability and U.S. Foreign Policy
@Stephen Resnick, Richard Wolff^Long-Term Global War
Review
@Peter Hitchcock^Passport Photos, by Amitava Kumar
Contributors

Fall 2002 Volume14,Number3
@Marcus Green^Gramsci cannot speak: Presentations and Interpretations of Gramsci's Concept of the Subaltern
Marxism and Working-Class Studies
@Eric Schocket^Introduction
@Barbara Foley^Ten Propositions on the Role Played by Marxism in Working-Class Studies
@Laura Hapke^Marxism and American Exceptionalism
@Jack Metzgar^Working Class, Middle Class, and Marxists
@Bill Mullen^Working Class- Studies Without Borders
@Michael Zweig^The Place of Marx in Class Studies
@Audience^Comments
@Thomas Lemke^Foucault, Governmentality, and Critique
@Alex Villar^Other Ways/Temporary Occupations
@Steve Ellner^The Tenuous Credentials of Latin American Democracy in the Age of Neoliberalism
Globalization Under Interrogation
@R. Radhakrishnan^We are the World, but who are we, and How do we Know?
@Stephen Ziliak^Haiku Economics
Correspondence
@Patrick Murray^The Trouble with Ricardian Marxism: Comments on "The Four Drafts of Capital: Toward a new Interpretation of the Dialectical Thought of Marx," by Enrique Dussel
@Fred Moseley^The "Heart and Soul"of Marx's Critique of Capitalism: Exploitation or Social Form-or Both? A Reply to Patrick Murray
Remarx
@Ricardo Duchesne^On the Origins of Capitalism
Review
@Richard Wolff^The Economic Horror, by Viviane Forrester
Contributors

Winter 2002 Volume14,Number4
@Daniel Moshenberg^Sweating Modernity: Women Workers in Textile and Textual Industry
The MEGA and Contemporary Marxism
@Norman Levine and Jurgen Rojahn^Introduction
@Jurgen Rojahn^The Emergence of a Theory: The Importance of Marx's Notebooks Exemplified by Those from 1844
@Norman Levine^Hegel and the 1861-63 Manuscripts of Das Kapital
@Regina Roth^The Author Marx and His Editor Engels: Different Views on Volume 3 of Capital
@David Norman Smith^Accumulation and the Clash of Cultures
@Kevin B. Anderson^Marx's late Writings on Non-Western and Precapitalist Societies and Gender
@Jesal Kapadia^The Space Between
@Spyros Sakellaropoulos^Revisiting the Social and Political Theory of Social Classes
Correspondence
@David M. Kotz^Response to George Demartino's Comment on "Globalization and Neoliberalism"
Remarx
@Brian Green^The Currency of Queer Theory for Class Anaysis: Remarx on Subjectivities, Class Struggle, and Subversion
Contributors


<2003>
January 2003 Volume15,Number1
@Editors' Introduction
@Realizing Class Justice^George DeMartino
@Power Hitters Strike Out: New Parspectives on Baseball and Slavery^Ross D. Weiner
Globalization under Interrogation
@An Ethics of the Local^J.K. Gibson-Graham
@Globalization and Imperialism^David F. Ruccio
Art
@Flight Patterns^Susan Jahoda
@Demand and the (Re)distribution of Value: An Overdetermined Approach^David L. Kristjanson-Gural
Remarx
@Colonialism in Africa and Reparations: A Class Anaysis^Richard Wolff
Notes on Contributors

April 2003 Volume15,Number2
@Editors' Introduction
@Social Forces in the Struggle over Hegemony: Neo-Gramscian Perspectives in International Poltical Economy^Adam David Morton
@An Ethical Orientation for Marxism: Geras and Levinas^Asher Horowitz and Gad Horowitz
Art
@Sauna as Cltural Practice: Two Art Projects and a Video^Pia Lindman and John Christ
Symposium
@NGOs, the States, and Civil Society: The Transformation of Hegemony^Alex Demirovic
@The State's New Clothes: NGOs and the Internationalization of States^Joachim Hirsch
@Post-Fordist Societal Relationships with Nature: The Role of NGOs and the State in Biodiversity Politics^Christoph Gorg and Ulrich Brand
Remarx
@Marx and the(End of the)Labor Process at the End of the Twentieth Century^Benedito Rodrigues de Moraes-Neto
Review
@Late Victorian Holocausts: El Nino Famines and the Making of the Third World, by Mike Davis^Geoff Mann
Notes on Contributors

July 2003 Volume15,Number3
@Editors' Introduction
@Curator's Introduction^Susan Jahoda and Grady Gerbracht
@Encircling the Real^Yahya M. Madra
@Operational Strategies: A collage of texts about contemporary art practices, and modernist architecture by Javier Cambre, Anna Novakov and Michael Rakowitz^Lori Waxman(ed.)
@The Burden of Global Art^John Peffer
@Going Through the Motions: Globalisation and the Performance of Feeling^Nancy Hynes
@Occasional Notes on Mark Lombardi's Banca Nationale del Lavoro, Reagan, Bush, Thatcher and the Arming of Iraq, c.1979-1990, 3rd Version^Y. Yeadon
@Works in the Exhibition
@Global Priority. From an email conversation between Heng-Gil Han in New York City and Gordon Knox in Taiwan, Japan, California and New York
@Works in the exhibition, continued
@Global Stomach^Cecilia Galenia
@The World Around Us^Matt Freedman
Notes on Contributors

October 2003 Volume15,Number4
@Editors' Introduction
Symposium on Stephen Jay Gould
Edited by Dean J. Saitta
@Stephen Jay Gould: In Memoriam^Dean J. Saitta
@Steve Gould: Marxist as Biologist^Val Dusek
@Stephen Jay Gould: Intuitive Marxist and Biologist of Freedom^Ullica Segerstrale
@Nature, Progress and Stephen Jay Gould's Biopolitics^Stuart A.Newman
@Gould, Nietzsche, Marx: Toward an Ecology of Power^Danniel White
@The Punctuated Politics of Stephen Jay Gould: Science and Culture in Evolutionary Theory^Michael Shermer
@The Mismeasure of the Gene^Ruth Hubbard
@Marxian Considerations on Morality, Justice, and Rights^Mehmet Tabak
@During the Long Riots, the Fragrance of Cuticura^Amitava Kumar
Remarx
@Social Epidemiology and Class: A Critique of Richard Wilkinson's Income Inequality and Social Capital Hypothesis^Carles Muntaner
@Enron: Understanding Deregulated Markets, Accounting Scandals, and Lost Savings^David M. Brennan
Review
@Profit and Pleasure, by Rosemary Hennessy^Kenneth Mostern
@La Revolution Surrealiste:1920-1949^Rick Wolff
@Andrno: A Critique Reader, edited by Nigel Gibson and Andrew Rubin^Joseph W. Childers
@Mayan Visions: The Quest for Autonomy in an Age of Globalization, by June Nash^Vincent Lyon-Callo
Notes on Contributors
Contents to Volume 15, 2003


<2004>
January 2004 Volume16,Number1
@Editors' Introduction
@Edward Said^Joseph A.Buttigieg
@Out of Melancholia: Notes on Judith Butler's The Psychic Life of Power: Theories in Subjection^Pierre Macherey Translated by Jason Smith
@Social Origings of Appalachian Poverty: Markets, Cultural Strategies, and the State in an Appalachian Kentucky Community, 1804-1940^Dwight B. Billings and Katheleen M. Blee
Art
@All the Catalog(A-Z)^Penelope Umbrico
@From Documenta to the Document: A German Return to Truth and Reconciliation^Charity Scribner
@Subjectless Aesthetics^Gary Tedman
@Critical Observations on Economics, Taxonomy, and Dynamism^Andrea Micocci
Remarx
@The Burden of Marx Minus Capital^Robert S. Tanner
@Globaliztion Goes for Therapy^Richard McIntyre
Reviews
@Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism? Five Interventions in the (Mis)Use of a Notion, by Slavoj Zizek^Richard Wolff
@Dying in America, by Richard Lichtman^Harriet Fraad
Notes on Contributors

April 2004 Volume16,Number2
@Editors' Introduction
@"I am sure that you are more pessimistic than I am...":^An Interview with Giorgio Agamben
Art
@Flight^Alia-Hasan Khan
@Mode of Production: New Media Technology and the Napster File^Mike Wayne
@Vermeer, Materialism, and the Transcendential in Art^Lona Singh
@Rhetoric, Ideology, and the Social Totality: Kenneth Bruke, Fredric Jameson, and the Althusserian Tradition^Thomas Carmichael
@Freedoma and Social Godds: Rethinking Marx's Theory of Communism^Ernesto Screpanti
Correspondence
@Focusing on Appropriative Class Justice^A Comment on DeMartino's "Realizing Class Justice"^Theodore Burczak
Remarx
@Genesis: An Ecnomic Interpretation^Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi
@"Third Persons" and Reproduction: A Note to Rosa Luxemburg's Critique of Marx's Reproduction Schemes^George Ecnomakis and John Milios
Review
@The Politics of Culture in the Shadow of Capital, ed. Lisa Lowe and David Lloyd^Margot Gayle Backus
Notes on Conrtibutors

July 2004 Volume16,Number3
@Editors' Introduction
@Art/Iculations
@@Editors @@From Wall to Fence(and Pillar to Post):The Politicized Aesthetics of Divided Territories^Jack Amariglio
@Retracing Capital: Toward a Theory of Trace in Marxian Political Economy^Michael Marder
@Comparative Hybridities^Latin American Intellectuals and Postcolonialists @^Hosam Aboul-Ela
Art
@The New Shoter Oxdorf English Dictionary^Ayreen Anastas
@Material/Queer Theory: Performativity, Subjectivity, and Affinity-Based Struggles in the Culture of Late Capitalism^Rob Cover
@Rights, Needs, and the Moral Grounds of Democratic Society^Jeff Noonan
Remarx
@Between Althusserian Science and Foucauldian Materialism: The Later Work of Pierre Macherey^Philip Goldstein
Reviews
@The High Price of Materialism, by Tim Kasser^Richard Wolff
@The Power of Negativity: Selected Writings on the Dialectic in Hegel and Marx, by Raya Dunayevskaya^Andrew Kliman

October 2004 Volume16,Number4
@Editors' Introduction
Global Economic Justice
@The End of Welfare Economics as We Know It^William Milberg
@Subjects of Justice?^Julie Graham
@Dreaming Big: Democracy in the Global Economy^Maliha Safri and Eray Duzenli
@On the Politics of Global Economy, Global Justice^Geroge DeMartino
@Recovering Fedual Subjectivities^Serap Ayse Kayatekin and S. Charusheela
@Socialism and the Workers Party in Brazil: An Interview with Carlos Nelson Coutinho^Translated by Maria do Rosario Gomes Lima da Silva and David F. Ruccio
@Automation and Labor: Is Marx Equal to Adam Smith?^Benedito Moraes-Neto Translated by Paula Matvienko-Sikar
@Marx's 1844 Manuscripts as a Work of Art: A Hypertextual Reinterpretation^Gary Tedman
Art/Iculations
@Alexander Kluge Awarded Buchner Prize^Charity Scribner
Remarx
@Teaching and Learning about Class Exploitation^Clifford L.Staples
Reviews
@Karl Marx and the Classics: An Essay on Value, Crises and the Capitalist Mode of Production, by John Milios, Dimitri Dimoulis and George Economakis^Alfredo Saad-Filho
@Super Imperialism: The Origin and Fundamentals of U.S. World Dominance, edited by Michael Hudson^Elizabeth Ramey
Art
@Naturalizations: Media Defacements^Peter Lasch
Notes on Contributors
Contents to Volume 16, 2004


<2005>
January 2005 Volume17,Number1
@Editors' Indtroduction
(Re)Presenting Class and Its Others @Focusing and Expanding Class Analysis^Jonathan Diskin
@Class Novelties: Distributive Processes and Lived Experiences^Evan Watkins
The Other of Class^Andrew Parker
@Class Analysis and Politics: Pushing the Boundaries^S. Charusheela
@E Pluribus Multa^Susan F. Feiner
@The Point and Purpose of Marx's Notion of Class^Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff
@Dilemmas of Theorizing Class^J.K. Gibson-Graham
@Why I Left Alan Greenspan to Seek Economic Significance: The Confessions of an ƒ¿-Male^Stephen T. Ziliak
@Gender and Marx's Radical Humanism in the Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844^Judith Grant
@San Vue, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Media Coverage of Gulf War 2^Rene Gabri and Richard Gabri
@On Althusser's Immanentist Structualism: Reading Montag Reading Althusser Reading Spinoza^Giorgos Fourtounis
@Whipping Boy or Ally ? Rethinking Dewey on Education and Capitalism^Masato Aoki
Remarx
@Dynamic Multiculturalism: A Race-Free Concept of America^Jonathan Scott
Reviews
@Worked to the Bnoe: Race, Class, Power, and Privilege in Kentucky, by Pem Davidson Buck^Boone W. Shear
@A Future for Marxism? Althusser, the Analytical Turn and the Revival of Socialist Theory, by Andrew Levine^Clifford L. Staples
Notes on Contributors

April 2005 Volume17,Number2
@Editors' Introduction
Montag's Althusser
@ @The Practice of Theory^Antonio Callari
@After Everyone Has Departed: A Recent Inquiry into the Causes of Literature^Jason Smith
@Immaterial Labor and Artistic Production^Michael Hardt
@"Paradoxically"^Andrew Parker
@Materiality, Singularity, Subject: Response to Callari, Smith, Hardt, and Parker^Warren Montag
@Who's Afraid of Red, White, Blue?^Valerie Tevere
@Ideological State Apparatuses, Consumerism, and U.S. Capitalism: Lessons for the Left^Richard D. Wolff
@Obsolescence and Other Playroom Anxieties: Childhood in the Shadows of Late Capital^Jyotsna Kapur
Reading Kumar
@"Stranded at a Distance": The Symposium on Bombay-London-New York^Joseph W. Childers



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