Category Archives: Sunday Reading

Radio Lacis

Is The Puppet a Weapon or a Comrade?

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Contemporary Capitalism and Marxist Critique

On the off chance some of y’all like to spend Sunday evenings like I do, here is the first in what promises to be an excellent series of podcasts from the ‘Crisis in the Cultures of Capitalism Series Seminar at … Continue reading

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Communists in Situ

Is the name of an excellent new blog y’all should read.

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Futures and Pasts

I thought I would start out 2014 with another apology for the lack of posts on this blarg. I feel as if I spent the last six months of 2013 tailoring cover letters for an endless series of jobs applications, … Continue reading

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Crisis & Critique of the State: programme now available.

The most excellent programme for the Crisis & Critique of the state conference is now available here, where you can also register.

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Worker’s Inquiry: A Genealogy

I’ve been too busy writing about my research to do any research, or to write about it on this blog. But I do have to write two papers for two upcoming conferences in the next few weeks, which I will … Continue reading

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New Issue of Viewpoint.

The new issue of Viewpoint, on ‘workers’ inquiry, is now up. Shit is tight !!

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The Esoteric Bolano

I have come to the realization that you can read Roberto Bolano’s work as an esoteric depiction of the trajectory of Marxism in the 20th Century. The first part of this trajectory is also the aspect of Bolano’s work that … Continue reading

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Off the Pigs!

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Cascadian Communists?

I’ll be spending the summer in Seattle. Does anyone happen to know anyone working on the sort of stuff I post on this blog that lives in the area? I know the area has a large milieu of people who … Continue reading

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