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Links to Antonio Gramsci

Gramsci and Us by Andrew Pearmain

Gramscian politics in 70s and 80s

The best general introduction to Gramsci is probably that in Wikipedia at wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Gramsci - this contains a number of links for further reading and information, the most useful of which are:

The International Gramsci Society which has many articles of all kinds as well as conferences and meetings.

The Fondazione Instituto Gramsci at has an even wider listing though it is mostly in Italian.

A useful archive source is Gramsci Links Archive.

Two important articles which discuss Gramscian thought are:

  • Perry Anderson "The Antinomies of Antonio Gramsci",
    New Left Review 1/100 (Nov-Dec 1976)

  • Michael Burawoy, "For a Sociological Marxism: The Complementary Convergence of Antonio Gramsci and Karl Polanyi",
    Politics and Society
    Vol.31 No.2, 193-261 (2003)


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