Knowledge is a weapon: Nye links fra Socialistisk Bibliotek
Knowledge is a weapon: Nye links fra Socialistisk Bibliotek.

Nogle af de nyeste links tilføjet på linksamlinger på Socialistisk Biblioteks sider. Some of the latest links, added to the link collections at the Socialist Library’s pages.

Senest opdateret: 2021-05-14 17:37:41

1Journal: Against the Current

(Against the Current, Issue 212, May-June 2021). American bimonthly online with articles, among others, about: Biden: “Empire Is Back”, Egypt’s uprising and its fate, Islamophobia in Europe, Marxism and the modernist poet, What method of organizing Labour?, Detroit beyond bankruptcy, Bringing Malcolm to life + other book reviews.

2Socialistisk økonomi

Det røde og det sorte. Af Seth Ackerman (Solidaritet.dk/Kritisk Revy, 14. maj 2021). “Profit er kapitalismens motor. Hvad ville være det under socialisme?” (på linkboxen Parecon – debat om en socialistisk økonomi).

3Germany 1921

Supplement: Before, during and after March (Weekly Worker, Issue 1346, 6 May 2021). “Ben Lewis explores the multiple causes behind what was a badly calculated bid to artificially induce revolution in Weimar Germany.” See also: Letting the facts speak for themselves (Ibid.).
(på linkboxen Den tyske revolution 1918-1923, afsnit 1921).

4Bobby Sands (Ireland 1981)

40 years ago Bobby Sands MP died on hunger strike for the crime of taking up arms against Britain’s occupation in Ireland (TonyGreenstein.com, 6 May 2021). “Despite being elected to parliament he was allowed to die because Thatcher was determined not to concede to demands for political status for the IRA prisoners.” (på Tidslinjen 5. maj 1981).

5China and the environment

China and climate change: an exchange (MR Online, April 12, 2021). “In the March 2021 issue of Monthly Review, the MR editors questioned some of the arguments in Richard Smith’s book … Both Smith and Simon Pirani have written replies, which we are publishing here, along with our own rejoinder.” (på linkboxen China and Capitalism).

6Journal: Irish Marxist Review

(Irish Marxist Review, Vol.10, No.29, 2021). Irish journal online with a special issue to mark the centenary of the partition of Ireland on 1 May 1921. It includes five articles offering socialist analyses of different aspects of that unfortunate event, with featured article by Kieran Allen: ‘They came to bury James Connolly’ + Book reviews.

7Eric Hobsbawm (1917-2012)

Uncovering the many Eric Hobsbawms. By Emile Chabal and Anne Perez (Jacobin, April 27, 2021). “Eric Hobsbawm’s work spanned everything from jazz to the history of banditry, in thousands of texts he wrote in several languages. A new project has brought together his writings in a searchable database …” (på Tidslinjen 9. juli 1917).

8Journal: International Socialism

(International Socialism, Issue 170, Spring 2021, 224 p.). British quarterly online with articles about The Pandemic year 2, Ten years since the Arab revolutions, Global castrophe and the far right, Indigenous sovereignty, Rewilding and capitalism, China and imperialism, Women in the Eastern Bloc, France and military-security state and Book reviews.

9Film: Fred Hampton (1948-1949)

Ufortyndet revolutionær socialisme på det store lærred. Af Simon Chievitz (Solidaritet.dk, 21. april 2021). “Med filmen Judas and The Black Messiah, lykkes det at vise Fred Hampton som et komplekst menneske, men også at beholde hans politiske budskaber, uden de bliver udvandet eller pakket væk i et personligt drama …” (på Tidslinjen 4. december 1969).

10Journal: Middle East Report

(Middle East Report, Issue 298, Spring 2021). American quarterly online: “This issue on Maghreb From the Margins addresses the evolving challenges that the peripheries are posing to power structures in Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia and the Western Sahara.”

11Primo Levi (1919-1987)

Revisiting the life and intellectual legacy of Primo Levi (Jacobin, April 11, 2021). “The author, anti-fascist partisan, and Nazi death camp survivor Primo Levi died on this day in 1987. His life and the cautious Enlightenment ideology he advanced in his work, Enzo Traverso writes, told the story of the twentieth century and its battles.” (på Tidslinjen 31. juli 1919).

12Marie Nielsen (1875-1951) – på svensk

Marie Nielsen i svenskspråkig arbetarpress (pdf). Red. Per-Olof Mattsson (Marxistarkiv.se, 5. april 2021, 58 s.). “En antologi med texter av den danska socialistiska pionjären Marie Nielsen, vars biografi nyligen kommit ut på svenska.” (på Tidslinjen 23. december 1875).

13Busten af Frederik d. 5 og ‘trekantshandel’

Den famøse buste røg i havnen – var det i orden? Af Ulla Kjær (Politiken Historie, nr.16, 31. marts 2021) +podcast (13:52 min.). Om merkantilismens indhold, ‘trekantshandlen’ og om  financieringen af Sally’s rytterstatue af Frederik d. 5 på Amalienborg Slotsplads, der ikke blev betalt af slavehandel. (på Tidslinjen 6. november 2020).

14Hans Egede og Grønland

Ny post på Tidslinjen: 3. juli 1721 om missionæren Hans Egede og kolonialiseringen af Grønland.

15Abort i 1930’erne

I Danmark kom man i fængsel i kampen for fri abort. Af Jens-Emil Nielsen (Netavisen Pio, 26. marts 2021). “Kampen for kvinders ret til selv at bestemme over deres krop, blev i 30’ernes Danmark straffet med fængsel. Dr. Leunbach blev symbolet på kampen for fri abort.” (på Tidslinjen 24. september 1955).

16Jean Paul Sartre and the Algerian War

How Jean-Paul Sartre and Les Temps modernes supported Algeria’s struggle for freedom. By Ian Birchall (Jacobin, March 25, 2021). “France waged a brutal colonial war in Algeria during the 1950s. But a group of writers clustered around Jean-Paul Sartre’s journal Les Temps modernes played a courageous role …” (på linkboxen Jean-Paul Sartre, 1905-1980).

17Pariserkommunen 1871

Tidsdoku. Pariserkommunen, der rystede Europas magthavere. Af Alfred Lang (Autonom Infoservice, 17. marts 2021). “Den 18. marts 1871 rejste befolkningen i Paris sig imod den foragtede og forhadte regering og proklamerede et uafhængigt, frit og basisdemokratisk bysamfund. Her er Pariserkommunens historie.” (på linkboxen Pariserkommunen 1871).

18Israel

Israel has always been a contradiction (Scheerpost.com, March 12, 2021). Robert Scheer interviews Larry Cross: “… who grew up in Israel shortly after it was founded [and] talks about the racism he witnessed in the young nation long before it occupied the West Bank and Gaza.” (på linkboxen Zionisme – Antizionisme: Historien om racisme og etnisk fordrivelse).

19Haiti (1791)

Hvad tænkte de på? De haitianske revolutionæres idéer ved Revolutionens udbrud i 1791 (Baggrund.com, 8. februar 2021). “Nicolai von Eggers ser på det idégods og de erfaringer, som de revolutionære havde med sig, og som på forskellig vis lagde grunden til Revolutionen.” (på Tidslinjen 1. januar 1804).

20Angela Davis

Angela Davis. By Nelson George (New York Times Magazine, October 19, 2020). A lengthy profile: “Before the world knew what intersectionality was, the scholar, writer and activist was living it, arguing not just for Black liberation, but for the rights of women and queer and transgender people as well.” (på linkboxen Angela Davis).