Den peruvianske marxist José Carlos Mariátegui fødtes 14 juni 1894

Socialistisk Biblioteks Tidslinje med links til begivenheder og personer i 1894.

Se også Index over personer, organisationer/partier og værker (som bøger, malerier, mm.), steder, begivenheder, mv., der er omtalt på hele Tidslinjen, titler og indhold på emnelisterne osv.


Nye blade 1894:

 Socialistiske Blade

Arbejderhistorisk Bladliste, under året 1894

27. maj 1894

Den amerikanske venstreorienterede krimiforfatter Dashiell Hammett fødes. (Dør 10. januar 1961, se denne)

14. juni 1894

Den peruvianske marxist José Carlos Mariátegui fødes i Moquegua i det sydlige Peru (dør 16. april 1930 i Lima).








Mariátegui’s heroic socialism. By Michael Löwy (Jacobin, December 15, 2018). “José Carlos Mariátegui was Latin America’s most original Marxist. And his work is strikingly relevant for confronting the continent’s right-wing backlash today.”

Beyond Eurocentrism: on José Carlos Mariátegui. By Aníbal Quijano (Verso, Blog, 17 August 2018). “In this text, an introduction to José Carlos Mariátegui’s essential writings on socialist politics and culture, published in 1991, underscores the powerful influence that Mariátegui held over the theoretical development of Latin American critical thought.”

Jose Carlos Mariategui: Welding Marxism and Indigenism in Latin America today. By Carlos Cruz Mosquera (Journal of Labor and Society, Vol.21, No.1, March 2018). “Writing in the early twentieth century, Jose Carlos Mariategui was the first Latin American intellectual to combine Marxist theory with Indigenism, earning him criticism from his contemporaries who saw it as a deviation.”

The heroic deed: myth and revolution. By Doug Enaa Greene Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal, April 21, 2016). “As Mariategui saw it, the task of revolutionaries was to apply Marxism to the situation at hand in order to make a concrete investigation of Peru (and the wider world).” Scroll down to section III: Mariategui.

José Carlos Mariátegui 85 years later. By Marc Becker (Telesur, 15 April 2015). “Mariategui’s funeral was one of the largest processions of workers ever seen in the streets of Lima, Peru, but in the U.S. his death was hardly noticed.”

Mariátegui and Latin American Marxism. By Lance Selfa (International Socialist Review, Issue 96, Spring 2015, p.45-72). “In this article, I hope to combat at least some of the anonymity that Mariátegui faces, because his contributions to Marxism stand on the level of his more well-known contemporaries: Leon Trotsky, Rosa Luxemburg, Antonio Gramsci, and Georg Lukács, to name a few.”

Mariátegui and the Permanent Revolution. Part One. By José Pereira (In Defence of Marxism, 4 October 2013) + Part Two (15 October 2013). “Here José Pereira puts the record straight explaining how this great Latin American Marxist, in spite of some errors, had reached the same general conclusions as Lenin and Trotsky on the fundamental questions facing the revolution in colonial countries.”

The Marxism of José Carlos Mariátegui. By Paul Hampton (Workers’ Liberty, 27 February 2012). “… there is a rich and authentic tendency of Latin American Marxism, in which Jose Carlos Mariátegui is probably the brightest star. His contribution during the third decade of the twentieth century has rightly earned him the epitaph of Latin America’s Gramsci.”

José Carlos Mariátegui: An Anthology. By Jonathan Collier (Socialist Review, Issue 365, January 2012). Review of Harry E Vanden and Marc Becker’s (eds.) book (Monthly Review Press, 2011, 480 p.). See also Preface to the Indian Edition by Bernard D’Mello and Alpa Shah (MRZine, 23.07.13) + review by Dan La Botz (New Politics, Issue 53, Summer 2012)

Indigenous resistance in the Americas and the legacy of Mariátegui. By Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz (Monthly Review, Vol.61, No.4, September 2009). “Mariátegui accepted the fact that Indigenous peoples were nationalities and had the right to self-determination, but believed liberation and socialism—Indigenous socialism—would come from struggles of the Indigenous, peasants, and urban workers in unison.”

José Carlos Mariátegui: Latin America’s forgotten Marxist (International Socialism, Issue 115, Summer 2007, p.69-86). “Revival of anti-capitalist struggle in Latin America has resurrected interest in the ideas of a Peruvian revolutionary of the 1920s, Mariategui. Mike Gonzalez looks at one of the most innovative Marxists.”

Mariátegui, the Comintern, and the indigenous question in Latin America (pdf). By Marc Becker (Science and Society, Vol.70, No.4, October 2006, p.450-479; online at Yachana.org). “This essay extends an examination of the Comintern’s discussion of race and nationalism in other areas of the world to Latin America, and in this process challenges our understandings of the role of one of Latin America’s leading Marxist figures.”

Mariátegui and Latin American Marxist theory. By Marc Becker (Ohio University/Latin American Series, No.20, 1993, 214 p.; online at Yachana.org). “This volume reviews the essential elements of Mariátegui’s thought and important influences on his intellectual development. It demonstrates the role he played in defining a Latin American identity, the nature of his intellectual contribution to the development of indigenous revolutionary movements in Latin America …”

Mariátegui. By Louis Proyect (Marxmail.org). “Mariátegui is the Western Hemisphere’s most influential Marxist thinker. He compares favorably to Gramsci because of his ability to understand and write about class relations in a fresh and creative manner.”


History of the World Crisis and Other Writings. By José Carlos Mariátegui (Published by
Marxists Internet Archive Publications; Erythros Press and Media, LLC, 212 pages).

Se også:

Machete and Sickle. By David Broder (Jacobin, March 2, 2019). “One hundred years ago, the Third International inspired the creation of communist parties across Latin America. Yet only its demise would liberate them from stifling Russian control.”

9. september 1894

1894PHlille.jpgPoul Henningsen (PH) fødes i Ordrup. (Dør 31.1.1967 i Hillerød) (Se også Bispebjerg Kirkegård, Progressive personer, på Socialistisk Bibliotek).


Henningsen, Poul (Leksikon.org)

Poul Henningsen (Denstoredanske.dk)

 Poul Henningsen (Wikipedia.dk). Med links og litteratur.

Poul Hennigsen. Af Carl Erik Bay (Dansk Biografisk Leksikon, 3. udg.)

Praktisk radikalisme – Poul Henningsen. Af Søren Schou + Jazz, humør, holdning – PH-revyerne. Af Birgitte Hesselaa (Dansk Litteraturs Historie 1920-1960, bd. 4, side 304-318 + side 323-332)

Er PH ikke lidt overvurderet? Af Henning Tjørnehøj (Politiken.dk/Kronik, 9. september 2014)

PH – En biografi. Af Hans Hertel (Gyldendal, 2012, 566 sider) + Poul Henningsen dengang og nu: Lysmageren i nyt lys. Red. Hans Hertel (Gyldendal, 2012, 428 sider)
Anmeldelser mv.:
1.000 sider PH. Af Morten Thing (Modkraft.dk/Kontradoxa, 12. juli 2013)
Den omfattende ensomme ånd. Af Erik Skyum-Nielsen (Information.dk, 18. oktober 2012)
Lysmagerens mørke side (Information.dk, 14. oktober 2012). Interview med Hans Hertel.

Kulturkamp – et portræt af Poul Henningsen (Modkraft/Kontadoxa, 21. august 2003)


Se også:

Kulturradikalismen –

Linkbox om kulturadikalismen (Socialistisk Bibliotek).

Tidslinjen 1. juli 1926 om tidsskriftet Kritisk Revy.

Tidslinjen 29. april 1935 om PH’s Danmarksfilm.

Tidslinjen 31. maj 1940 om revy/sang af PH.

Kulturradikalismen – dengang og nu (FaktaLink, 2012/2014)

Kulturradikalismen: to artikler, af Elias Bredsdorff (1955, 16 sider; online på Socialistisk Bibliotek) De to klassiske artikler.

Kulturradikalismen har længe været død. Af Hans Hertel (Politiken.dk/Kronik, 19. december 2015)



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