Notes on Contributors

Arto Artinian, who is originally from Bulgaria, is an assistant professor in the social sciences department at the Borough of Manhattan Community College – City University of New York.  His research interests include hegemony, power and capitalist reproduction, and also a historical-philosophical reconstruction of the first month (June 1941) of the war between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, especially in Soviet Ukraine.

Philip Bounds holds a PhD in Politics from the University of Wales and has published widely on the intellectual history of the British left. His books include Orwell and Marxism (2009), British Communism and the Politics of Literature (2012) and Notes from the End of History (2014). He has recently co-edited British Marxism and Cultural Studies (2016).

Timothy Kerswell is Assistant Professor of Government and Public Administration at the University of Macau, China.  His research interests include the global division of labor, international class structure, trade unionism and left politics in India and China, labor and migration policy, and Marxist political thought. He previously worked for Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship on labor market policy, and for the trade union United Voice as a researcher.

Jake Lin is a research fellow at the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His research interests include the political sociology of labor and migration, inequality and capitalism, and East Asian politics and security.

Charles Masquelier is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Exeter, UK. His research interests span social theory, political theory and political philosophy, with particular interests in critical theory, social movements and libertarian socialism.

Ludmila Melchior-Yahil is a political scientist, editor and translator. She holds MAs in Chinese Studies and in Social Anthropology and a PhD in International Relations from Warsaw University, where she later taught. Since then, she has served as a foreign policy advisor to the Polish Prime Minister and as a consultant to non-governmental organizations in Poland and in the US. She lives in Stony Brook, NY.

Marcello Musto is Associate Professor of Sociological Theory at York University (Toronto). His books and articles have been published worldwide in more than twenty languages. Among his edited and co-authored volumes are: Karl Marx’s ‘Grundrisse’ (2008), Marx for Today (2012), and Workers Unite! (2014).

Chamindra Weerawardhana, a Sri Lankan national, is Visiting Research Fellow at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen’s University Belfast, where she is the first Trans Woman to hold a staff appointment. Dr. Weerawardhana is also a board member of Sibéal, the Irish Feminist and Gender Studies Network. (@fremancourt)

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