Copy to Clipboard. Add italics as necessaryCite as: Materialism and Politics, ed. by Bernardo Bianchi, Emilie Filion-Donato, Marlon Miguel, and Ayşe Yuva, Cultural Inquiry, 20 (Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2021) <https://doi.org/10.37050/ci-20>

Materialism and Politics

Edited by
Bernardo Bianchi
Emilie Filion-Donato
Marlon Miguel
Ayşe Yuva

Berlin: ICI Berlin Press, 2021
Cover Materialism and Politics
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Is materialism still relevant to critically think politics? Throughout modernity, the concept of materialism was associated with fatalism and naturalism, when it was not simply dismissed as heresy and atheism. In the nineteenth century, materialism evolved into a central concept of progressive politics, reappearing again in the past decades through renewed Marxist and Spinoza-based approaches, New Materialism, and feminist discourses. This volume inquires these contrasting uses from theoretical and historical perspectives.

ISBN (Paperback): 978-3-96558-018-3
18 EUR | 424 pp. | 22.9 cm x 15.2 cm

ISBN (Hardcover): 978-3-96558-021-3
29 EUR | 424 pp. | 22.9 cm x 15.2 cm

ISBN (PDF): 978-3-96558-019-0
Open Access | 424 pp. | 3.8MB

ISBN (EPUB): 978-3-96558-020-6
Open Access | 2.6MB

Cultural Inquiry, 20
ISSN (Print): 2627-728X
ISSN (Online): 2627-731X

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37050/ci-20

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