Cultural Logic is a journal of marxism, literature, and radical politics, which has been an open access journal since it was founded in 1997.
The new issue, Cultural Logic 21, features the following articles and poetry.
“Identifying the Theoretical Development of the League of RevolutionaryBlack Workers for a Pedagogy of Revolution”
“Consolidating US Hegemony:A neo-Gramscian of Pantich and Gindin, and Konings”
“Sudents and Teachers! The Unasked Question:Why Have School?”
“The Gun as Political Object:Transcoding Contemporary Gun Culture and Neoliberal Governmentality”
“The Ford Foundation, Little Magazines and The CIA in the Early Cold War”
Alan J. Spector
“Campus Activism Today — Some Lessons from Students for a Democratic Society”
“1932, A Pseudo-Revolutionary Poem”
Cultural Logic 22 will be a massive 20th anniversary triple issue on “Schol-Activism” produced in collaboration with Works & Days. Look for it in the coming months.