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: 2021-03-05 16:38:26

1Clara Zetkin (1857-1933)

Clara Zetkin – et liv i kamp: en sentral figur i den tyske revolusjonære bevegelsen. Av Kjersti Ericsson (Gnist: Marxistisk Tidsskrift, nr.1, 2021). “Clara Zetkin var en av pionerene i den revolusjonære kvinnebevegelsen. Hun var også en sentral figur på venstresida i det tyske sosialdemokratiske partiet (SPD).” (på Tidslinjen 5. juli 1857).

28 March – Womens day

Women’s Day established (Weekly Worker, Issue 1337, 4 March 2021). “What follows is what we believe to be the first English translation of a report of the 1910 International Socialist Congress of Women in Copenhagen, which passed the resolution to establish the event as a regular feature in the international socialist calendar.” (på linkboxen 8. marts).

3Rosa Luxemburg 150 (1871-1919)

Arven fra Engels: Rosa Luxemburg. Af Gerd Callesen (Arbejderen.dk, 4. marts 2021). “Rosa Luxemburg tog den marxistiske teori til sig langt klarere end så mange andre, som ikke forstod, at marxismen var en levende teori. Den skulle anvendes på forholdene, som de eksisterede, ikke som de engang havde været. ” (på linkboxen Rosa Luxemburg).

4The Gulf War (1991)

Revisiting MERIP coverage 30 years after the first Gulf War (MERIP, March 2, 2021). “Thirty years ago, the US-led Desert Storm military operation expelled the Iraqi army from Kuwait … MERIP has compiled our signature analysis from 1990 and 1991, with themes that are relevant today.” (på Tidslinjen 16. januar 1991).

5Tidsskrift: Kritisk Debat

(Kritisk Debat, 1. marts 2021). Kvartalstidsskrift online med tema om Venstrepopulisme og/eller Centrum-Venstre (6 artikler) + artikler om begrebet Diktatur,  Udbudspolitiken og om dansk politik.

6Curt Sørensen (1938-2021)

Socialistiske politolog, historiker og venstrefløjs-debattør, professor emeritus ved Aarhus Universitet. Se links, nekrologer, udvalgte tekster og litteratur/boganmeldelser på Tidslinjen 11. februar 1938. Med nye nekrolog af Esben Bøgh Sørensen: Curt Sørensen (1938–2021). (Jacobin, February 25, 2021).

7Edward Said’s Orientalism

Orientalism and its afterlives. By Vivek Chibber (Catalyst, Vol.4, No.3, Fall 2020). “Edward Said’s Orientalism is one of the most influential books of the past fifty years … But even while it castigated the imperial project, the book gravely weakened the intellectual resources for analyzing it and, even more, for overturning it.” (på linkboxen Edward Said, 1935-2003).

8Karl Marx (1818-1883)

Class, gender, race & colonialism: The ‘intersectionality’ of Marx. By Kevin B. Anderson (MR Online, February 8, 2021). “It is important to see both his brilliant generalisations about capitalist society and the very concrete ways in which he examined not only class, but also gender, race, and colonialism … (på linkboxen Karl Marx 200).

9Louis Pio (1841-1894)

Pio, Grundtvig, Brandes og socialisterne (SFAH, februar 2021). Video af Henning Tjørnehøj “… om hans tanker, politiske stridigheder og skæbne [+] podcast af Nick Kofod Mogensen om Louis Pios liv i Amerika efter han blev ‘udvist’ af Danmark.” (på Tidslinjen 23. marts 1877).

10Maxime Rodinson (1915-2004)

Maxime Rodinson was a revolutionary historian of the Muslim world. By Jean Batou (Jacobin, January 31, 2021). “French historian Maxime Rodinson transformed our understanding of the Muslim world with books like Muhammad and Islam and Capitalism.” (på Tidslinjen 23. maj 2004).

11Det arabiske forår

An unfinished epoch of revolution: 10 years after the “Arab” Revolutions. By Joseph Daher (Spectre, January 26, 2021). “The outbreak of the revolutionary process in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region over the last decade is part of these major and groundbreaking events in human history.” (på linkboxen Det arabiske forår).

12Patrice Lumumba (1925-1961)

In memory of Patrice Lumumba, assassinated on 17 January 1961. By Eric Toussaint (CADTM, 17 January 2021). “The figure of Patrice Lumumba has traversed history and still serves today as an example for all who champion the emancipation of peoples. Lumumba never surrendered.” (på Tidslinjen 17. januar 1961).

13Leo Panitch (1945-2020)

Ny post på Tidslinjen: 19. december 2020 om den canadiske socialist Leo Panitch, mangeårig redaktør af årbogen Socialist Register.

14Journal: New Politics

(New Politics: An Independent Socialist Journal, Issue 70, Winter 2021). American half-yearly with articles online about the The U.S. elections and beyond, The Latin American Left, Race, crisis and resistance + Workers of the World: Growth, Change, and Rebellion.

15Journal: International Socialism

(International Socialism, Issue 169, Winter 2021). British quarterly online with articles about  Acts of Defiance in Nigeria, Thailand, Belarus, Palestine, Greece, United States + articles about the Pandemic, Beethoven, Racial Capitalism, Climate refugees, Women and the Paris Commune and Book reviews.

16Marxist Ecology

Metabolic Rift (Monthly Review, October 16, 2013, updated July 6, 2020). A selected bibliography by Ryan Wishart, R. Jamil Jonna and Jordan Besek (på linkboxen Marx & Engels – og miljøet; Se også).

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