To start off the New Year, we would like to share the 10 most read posts on the Marxist Sociology Blog published in 2021. Congratulations to all of our contributors! If you missed these posts the first time around, now would be a great time to give them a quick read.
Looking ahead, we are excited to continue showcasing the important work of section members, broadening the pool of MSB contributors, and publishing insightful and accessible Marxist commentary and analysis. Please get in touch with a member of the editorial team if you are interested in contributing to MSB!
Top ten most read posts of 2021:
- Cody Melcher / The Wages of Whiteness or White Fragility? W.E.B. DuBois and the Enduring Problem of Interracial Unionism
- Stale Holgersen / Spatial Planning and Marxism
- Eric Blanc / Rethinking the Russian Revolution from Across the Empire
- Elaine Sio-ieng Hui / The Organic Intellectuals in China
- Beth Mintz / Neoliberalism and the Crisis of Higher Education
- Alessandra Mezzadri / Informal Employment and the Social Reproduction of Value
- Aaron Major / Remembering Richard Lachmann: A Political Sociologist with a Message for the Left
- Ya-Wen Lei / From Factories to Platforms: Collective Resistance in China’s Platform Economy
- Jamie McCallum / Stanley Aronowitz Knew that Freedom Begins Where Work Ends
- Jason Mueller and John McCollum / Theorizing ‘OK Boomer!’ Class War or Generation War?