Teaching Marxist sociology
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Teaching Sociology from a Marxist Perspective (Fourth Edition) (E-book) Edited by Martha E. Gimenez and Brian P. Hawkins, in cooperation with the Section on Marxist Sociology. Features an introductory essay and brief statements that discuss how Marx and Marxisms inform an array of course syllabi, including Marxist Theory, Sociological Theory, Feminist Theory, Class/Race/Gender, Population/Environment, Political Sociology, Methods, Political Economy, Colonialism /Development/Globalization studies, Social Stratification, and Sociology of Art. Includes over 30 syllabi in both graduate and undergraduate courses. A separate section provides charts and diagrams, film resources, articles from Teaching Sociology, and classroom exercises, projects, and lectures for teaching Marxist concepts. 252 pp., 2002.
Special Issue: New Perspectives on the Work of Piero Sraffa
This Special Issue is concerned with the work of Piero Sraffa and with recent developments in its interpretation, occasioned by the opening of the Sraffa Archives in late 1993.1 It brings together some of the contributions to a workshop on this theme that was sponsored by the Cambridge Journal of Economics and held in July 2010 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the publication of Piero Sraffa's major work, Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities (PCMC).
Read the issue online at: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/ page/4975/2