new publication: Communist Histories

New publication from Left Word ed. Vijay Prashad, full details here

The contemporary world cannot be fully understood without the struggles of the Communists over the past century. Rooted in South Asia, Communist Histories has a global sweep, with essays examining Communist praxis from Bengal to Maharashtra, from Cuba to China. This volume – the first in a series – looks closely at the Communist international with an emphasis on how the core idea of internationalism impacted the campaigns of Communists. Deeply researched and richly written, these essays are a counterpoint to the erasure of Communist movements in bourgeois historiography.

Contents

VIJAY PRASHAD Introduction: Communist Histories

SUCHETANA CHATTOPADHYAY Being ‘Naren Bhattacharji’

FREDRIK PETERSSON The ‘Colonial Conference’ and Dilemma of the Comintern’s Colonial Work, 1928-29

MARGARET STEVENS Cuba and the Red International, 1934

ELISABETH ARMSTRONG Indian Peasant Women’s Activism in a Hot Cold War

LIN CHUN The Lost International in the Transformation of Chinese Socialism

ARCHANA PRASAD The Warli Movement and its Living Histories

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