About Us

Socialism and Democracy is committed to showing the continuing relevance of socialist politics and vision. Socialism and Democracy brings together the worlds of scholarship and activism, theory and practice, to examine in depth the core issues and popular movements of our time. The perspective is broadly Marxist, encouraging not only critique of the status quo, but also informed analysis of the many different approaches to bringing about fundamental change, and seeking to integrate issues of race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity and nationality with the traditional focus on class. Articles reflect many disciplines; our geographical scope is global; authors include activists, independent scholars, and poets, as well as academics. Socialism and Democracy maintains its commitment to an approach that is at once engaged and intellectually rigorous.

Chris Agee, Babak Amini, Marcella Bencivenni, Emelio Betances, Michael E. Brown, Mat Callahan, Al Campbell, Eric Canepa, Kanishka Chowdhury, Hester Eisenstein, Johanna Fernandez, L. V. Gaither, Ronald Hayduk, Linda Liu, Carl Grey Martin, Ludmila Melchior, Liz Mestres, Suren Moodliar, Marcello Musto, Modhumita Roy, Yusuf Nuruddin, Jason Pramas, Joseph G. Ramsey, Gerardo Renique, Rainer Schultz, Hamideh Sedghi, George Snedeker, Victor Wallis and Mark Zuss

Suren Moodliar

Victor Wallis

George Snedeker

Mat Callahan

Liz Mestres

Aasim Sajjad Akhtar (Pakistan), Sriram Ananthanarayanan (India), Gerd Callesen (Denmark), Mazibuko Jara (South Africa), Michael Lowy (France), Alfredo Prieto Gonzalez (Cuba), Ronald Paul (Sweden), Severo Salles (Brazil)

S. E. Anderson, Carl Boggs, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Inez Hedges, Teodros Kiros, Eric Mann, Bertell Ollman, Frances Fox Piven, Alcena Madeline Davis Rogan, and Richard D. Wolff

Joseph A. Buttigieg, George Comninel, Randy Martin, D. H. Melhem, Gerald Meyer, Patrick V. Peppe, Peter Roman, and Frank Rosengarten

Manuscripts may be submitted electronically via this website (in the form of a Word-compatible Document) or in two printed copies. The latter should be sent to the Editorial Office: 411A Highland Avenue (#321), Somerville, MA 02144-2516. You can reach us by telephone (617) 776-9505 or email to Suren Moodliar and Victor Wallis at info@sdonline.org.

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