Fabio Angelelli

is an activist based in Berlin. He graduated from the Sapienza University of Rome with a focus on philosophy and critical theory.

Hans-Jürgen Krahl (1943-1970)

Hans-Jürgen Krahl (1943-1970)

For Anglo­phone read­ers, Hans-Jür­gen Krahl’s name is most dis­tinc­tive as a mark­er for a pos­si­ble alter­na­tive path with­in the Frank­furt Insti­tute for Social Research. Yet set­ting aside spec­u­la­tion over var­ied intel­lec­tu­al genealo­gies, Krahl’s the­o­ret­i­cal work is most dis­tinc­tive because of the thor­ough­ly con­junc­tur­al char­ac­ter of his writ­ings.

Krahl and His Conjuncture: An Interview with Detlev Claussen

Krahl and His Conjuncture: An Interview with Detlev Claussen

  The fol­low­ing inter­view was con­duct­ed on July 23rd, 2017 with Detlev Claussen, Hans-Jür­gen Krahl’s com­rade in the Ger­man stu­dent move­ment, includ­ing the Sozial­is­tis­ch­er Deutsch­er Stu­den­ten­bund (SDS), found­ed as the col­le­giate branch of the Ger­man Social Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty (SPD). We would like to thank Diet­mar Lange for his assis­tance, espe­cial­ly con­cern­ing the rela­tion­ship between Ger­man groups and Ital­ian work­erism.  … Read more →