Happy New Year! It is time to share the 10 most read posts on the Marxist Sociology Blog published in 2022. If you missed these posts the first time around, now would be a great time to give them a quick read. Thank you to all of the contributors who have helped make MSB a vibrant source of Marxist commentary and analysis. We are excited to continue showcasing the important work of section members and broadening the pool of MSB contributors, so 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 2022:

1. Jason C. Mueller / The world-historical significance of Paul Robeson

2. Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiani / Racializing explanations of gentrification

3. Dan Cohen / A market led future for education? EdTech, capital, and schooling

4. Stella Medvedyuk / Why a 19th century concept of ‘social murder’ is very much relevant today

5. Edward Haddon and Cary Wu / How does actual inequality affect people’s perception of inequality?

6. Prentiss Dantzler / Does urban development have a race?

7. Gábor Scheiring and Lawrence King / Deindustrialization, social distintegration, and health

8. Costas Panayotakis / Rethinking the capitalist production of surplus

9. Zachary Levenson / The politics of occupying land

10. Tongyu Wu / Playing to submission: IT industry and game capitalism