• Issue 6: Imperialism

    Issue 6: Imperialism

    Strate­gies and Sol­i­dar­i­ties • The­o­ret­i­cal Encoun­ters • Con­cep­tu­al­iz­ing Impe­ri­al­ism Today • Artic­u­la­tion and Modes of Pro­duc­tion • Impe­ri­al­ism and the Com­intern • Black Inter­na­tion­al­ism

11 Theses on Possible Communism

11 Theses on Possible Communism

Specter // Neolib­er­al­ism // Cri­sis // Pro­le­tari­at // Class Strug­gle // Com­mu­nists // Com­mu­nism // Forms of Life // Pro­gram // Sovi­et // Future

Movement Pedagogy: Beyond the Class/Identity Impasse

Movement Pedagogy: Beyond the Class/Identity Impasse

Think­ing ped­a­gog­i­cal­ly ren­ders a coali­tion between the uni­ver­sal­i­ty asso­ci­at­ed with class strug­gle, and the posi­tion­al­i­ty that is key to a rad­i­cal iden­ti­ty pol­i­tics. Attend­ing to the actu­al arrange­ments of voic­es and minds and bod­ies in class­rooms and move­ments, what peo­ple actu­al­ly do when they come togeth­er to fight and unlearn oppres­sive rela­tions of pro­duc­tion, shows a link where most ide­olo­gies on offer today show a gap.

Winter in Catalonia

Winter in Catalonia

The Cata­lan inde­pen­dence strug­gle is not the politi­ciza­tion and expres­sion of social prob­lems, but the social­iza­tion of polit­i­cal prob­lems. For this to hap­pen, social prob­lems nec­es­sar­i­ly became sub­sumed and mis­rep­re­sent­ed in the inde­pen­dence process, and the cross-class project of Cata­lan inde­pen­dence was sold as a solu­tion to the prob­lems of the eco­nom­ic cri­sis and the cri­sis of rep­re­sen­ta­tion.