Notes on Contributors

Wolfgang Fritz Haug taught philosophy at Freie Universität Berlin until 2001. He is founder and editor of the journal Das Argument (since 1959) and of the 15-volume Historisch-kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus (Historical-critical Dictionary of Marxism) (since 1994). He initiated and co-translated Antonio Gramsci´s Prison Notebooks (10 vols., 1991-2002). He founded the Volksuni (People´s University) in West Berlin (1980) and in 1996 the Berlin Institute of Critical Theory (InkriT), whose scientific director he still is.

Filip Kovacevic, PhD, is a geopolitical author, university professor, and social justice activist. He has lectured throughout East-Central Europe and Russia. He is on leave from the University of Montenegro and currently teaches at the University of San Francisco.

Rômulo Lima (PhD in Political Economy, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil) is an adjunct lecturer at the Univertsity of Hamburg. His articles on Marxist political thought have appeared in Brazilian journals such as Revista Brasileira de Ciência Política, Política & Sociedade and Margem Esquerda.

Steve Martinot is a long-time human rights activist. He has organized unions in the machinist and trucking industries in NYC and Akron, and done community organizing in Akron and the Bay Area. He has published eight books on the philosophy and practices of social justice and social resistance. Two of these, The Rule of Racialization (2003) and The Machinery of Whiteness (2010), attempt to shift the paradigm of how to contest racism and white supremacy.

Thomas Powell is a sculptor, writer, and educator. His recent essays include:”Gun Lust: An Investigation into America’s Sordid Gun Addiction,” International Critical Thought, 6:1(2016), and “Living Space and Parking Space in China,” Bad Subjects #91, at

Irina Tsaregorodtseva is Associate Professor of History at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Moscow.

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