Subaltern Hegemony and the Recomposition of the Left
Autonomy, strategy, experimentation and creativity will all be necessary in order for the subaltern classes and the Left to develop their own hegemonic forms and practices. Doing so will be necessary to challenge capitalist social relations and hegemony.
Juan Dal MasoJuly 1, 2019
Education in the Soviet Union Through the Eyes of an American Principal
An American principal traveled to the USSR in 1926 and 1927 to study Soviet schools. Here are the results of her study.
Tatiana CozzarelliFebruary 25, 2019
The Challenges of the Russian Revolution and Women’s Rights
This is the second of two articles in a series that explores the advances in the realm of women’s rights opened by the Russian Revolution, as well as the difficulties in implementing these advances due to the material conditions of post 1917 Russia.
Andrea D'AtriJuly 23, 2018
The Challenges of the Russian Revolution
This is the first of two articles in a series that explores the advances in the realm of women’s rights opened by the Russian Revolution, as well as the difficulties in implementing these advances due to the material conditions of post-1917 Russia.
Andrea D'AtriJuly 21, 2018
A Revolution in Search of Heirs
In the current context of a prolonged crisis of capitalism and its parties, as well as the emergence of new political phenomena, the question is raised once again: Shall we recreate illusions in reformism or prepare for the next revolution?
Claudia CinattiJune 6, 2018
Marxism or Populism? A Debate About Proletarian Culture
The young Soviet Republic was fertile ground for the development of art with the emergence of new trends, genres and styles.
Ariane DiazApril 28, 2018
The Moscow Thermidor: Stalinist Degeneration and the Lessons for Today
What was Stalinism? Why did it occur and will it be the fate of all socialist revolutions?
Edson UrbanoApril 16, 2018