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by Harvey Kaye,Christopher Hill

Author: Harvey Kaye,Christopher Hill
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (September 16, 1992)
Pages: 224 pages
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Political theory and history : Antonio Gramsci and the British Marxist historians - George Rudé, all history must be studied afresh - .

Political theory and history : Antonio Gramsci and the British Marxist historians - George Rudé, all history must be studied afresh - . Kiernan, seeing things historically - . Thompson, the British Marxist historical tradition and the contemporary crisis - Our island story retold : .

The Education of Desire book. Kaye addresses the much-debated question of the role of intellectuals in the making of history and social change, and insists upon the necessity of continuing to ask classical and fundamental Marxist questions about exploitation, oppression and struggle.

E P Thompson the British Marxist Historical . 98. John Berger and the Question of History. Harvey J. Kaye is Ben and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Social Change and Development, Director of the Center for History and Social Change at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and executor of the George RudU Literary Estate. His previous books include "Why Do Ruling Classes Fear History? and Other Questions" (1996), "The Powers of the Past" (1992) and "The British Marxist Historians" (1995).

A ce propos, les livres édités par Raphaël Samuel, dans History Workshop Séries, par exemple Village life and Labour (Londres, 1975) ou People's History and Socialist Theory (Londres, 1981). Recommend this journal.

In The Education of Desire, Harvey J. Kaye returns to the study of Marxist history and social thought

Kaye addresses the much-debated question of the role of intellectuals in the making of history and social change, and insists upon the necessity of continuing to ask classical and fundamental Marxist questions about exploitation, oppression and struggle.

Harvey J. Kaye Previous: The British Marxist historians: an introductor. Library availability.

1992 Previous: The British Marxist historians: an introductor.

The British Marxist Historians remains the first and most complete study of the founders of one of the most influential contemporary academic traditions in history and social theory. Thompson on the making of the English working class.

The Education of Desire: Marxists and the Writing of History . Kaye's scholarly interests include British Marxists and the effects of Marxism worldwide.

The Education of Desire: Marxists and the Writing of History, Routledge (New York, NY), 1992.

Harvey Kaye's "The British Marxist Historians. is a lasting contribution to the history of twentieth-century Marxism, to a corner of British cultural history, and to the study of how history and historians work' - from the foreword by Eric Hobsbawn ". is a lasting contribution to the history of twentieth-century Marxism, to a corner of British cultural history, and to the study of how history and historians work' - from the foreword by Eric Hobsbawn.

In "The Education of Desire", Harvey J. Kaye returns to the study of Marxist history and social thought. Examining the works of such intellectuals, writers, and scholars as Antonio Gramsci, Christopher Hill, George Rude, V.G. Kiernan, E.P. Thompson, Leo Huberman, and John Berger, Kaye reveals the contributions which these figures have made to historical study and political theory, and which they might yet make to the reformation and reinvigoration of radical-democratic and socialist history and politics. Kaye addresses the much-debated question of the role of intellectuals in the making of history and social change, and insists upon the necessity of continuing to ask classical and fundamental Marxist questions about exploitation, oppression, and struggle.