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ISSN (printed): 1465-4466. ISSN (electronic): 1569-206X.
Historical Materialism seeks to reappropriate and refine the classical Marxist tradition for emancipatory purposes. It promotes a genuine and open dialogue between individuals working in different traditions of Marxism and encourages an interdisciplinary, international debate between researchers and academics. Historical Materialism sees itself as encouraging a new generation of Marxist writers and researchers. Future issues will focus on Africa, fantasy, the visual arts, Empire, anticapitalism, film, dialectics, the American working class, modes of production, sexuality, and postcolonial fascism.
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