Issue of Aufheben from October 2012 with articles about the euro crisis, green capitalism and climate change, workfare and the Arab spring.
This is a short blog prompted by recent events in Brighton, as well as wider discussions I’ve been having about the (possible) relationship of austerity to gendered violence and oppression.
Robert Brenner's influential essay on the origins of capitalism, arguing that the balance of class forces in the countryside was crucial to the rise and dominance of capitalist wage labour...
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