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Critical Historical Studies Fall Publication

The fall issue of Critical Historical Studies has hit the shelves. This volume includes essays by Nancy Fraser (New School for Social Research) "Legitimation Crisis? On the Political Contradictions of Financialized Capitalism"; Katsuya Hirano (University of California – Los Angeles) “Thanatopolitics in the Making of Japan's Hokkaidō: Settler Colonialism and Primitive Accumulation”; Joshua Murray (Vanderbilt University) and Michael Schwartz (SUNY Stony Brook) “Moral Economy, Structural Leverage, and Organizational Efficacy: Class Formation and the Great Flint Sit-Down Strike, Detroit 1936-7”, Dylan Riley (University of California – Berkeley) REVIEW ESSAY: “The New Durkheim: Bourdieu and the State”; and John Clegg (New York University) REVIEW ESSAY: “Capitalism and Slavery”

You can find more information about the journal, including links to these and previous articles, on our own website here.