The main library is constructed as a study resource on Political Marxism. It is organised by author with a short resume of their research. It includes works which were influential for the approach or that we consider close in spirit to Political Marxism. Hence, not all publications listed here are written by scholars who would consider themselves Political Marxists.
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Early modern European history; economic, social and religious history; agrarian history; social theory/Marxism; Tudor-Stuart England.
Political theory in historical and social context; politics, ideology, and class in the French Revolution; Marxist theory; theories of historical state formation and economic development; revolutions and revolutionary theories.
Agrarian relations, social movements, commodification, resistance, Brasil, Mexico
The origin of, and transition to, capitalism debates; Medieval and Early Modern British History.
Political Sociology; Marxist and Weberian Historical Sociology; the Sociology of International Relations; Theories of Nationalism, Racism and Anti-Semitism; Social Classes and Reproduction; Empire and Hegemony; Political Violence and Genocide.
Political theory; social history; Marxism; globalisation; theories of state-formation, bourgeois and modern states; English and French state development; the relationship between markets and power.
State formation; secessionist struggles; nationalism; international relations theory; historical sociology; late Ottoman history; Greco-Turkish state formation; Turkish foreign policy; climate change and conflict; hydropolitics.
Comparative Financial Systems; History of the global political economy; History of Political Economy; Capitalist Variety and IPE; Theories of Performativity, Constructivism and Historical Materialism.
History of political thought (in particular, 17th century English political thought); political ideologies; theories of the state.
Global political economy and finance; political economy of financial speculation; varieties of capitalism; monetary policy in Western Europe; liberal governance; gold standard.
Comparative and international political economy; historical materialism; historical sociology of the international system; global capitalism and territoriality; critical international relations theory.
Historical Sociology and Historical Materialism; Transition to Capitalism in France; Formation of the French Modern State; Formation of the French Working-Class; Neoliberalism and Social Movements; Comparative Analysis of Labour Movements; New Left Political Parties.
Historical sociology of international relations; state formation in 16-17th century France and Holy Roman Empire; critical international relations theories; international law; social construction of racism and empires.
Globalization and global justice movements; concepts of freedom and democracy in political thought; radical theories of language and culture; Marxism, feminism and anti-racism; radical political economy.
Capitalism; poverty; the welfare state; social justice; political theory; democracy; social history.
Origins of US Capitalism; working class organisation and consciousness; geographic relocation and productive restructuring of US capitalism since 1970.
International relations theory; international historical sociology; Marxism and critical theory; philosophy of the social sciences.
Political theory; social theory of political thought; history and origins of capitalism; political economy; Marxism.
Social and political thought; political economy.
Social and political thought; political economy; Military-Industrial-Complex; US Foreign Policy; Philosophy of Science and Social Science.
The transition from agrarian to industrial capitalism; history of agrarian capitalism; development.