Critical Historical Studies Spring Publication


The spring issue of Critical Historical Studies has hit the shelves. This volume includes essays by Professor Jason Moore on “Cheap Food and Bad Climate: From Surplus Value to Negative Value in the Capitalist World-Ecology”; Professor Geoff Mann on “Poverty in the Midst of Plenty: Unemployment, Liquidity, and Keynes’s Scarcity Theory of Capital”; Bernard Dubbeld on “Capital and the Shifting Grounds of Emancipatory Politics: The Limits of Radical Unionism in Durban Harbor, 1974–85”, and a concluding essay by Professor Viren Murthy on “Looking for Resistance in All the Wrong Places? Chibber, Chakrabarty, and a Tale of Two Histories”.

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