Tithi Bhattacharya

Tithi Bhattacharya is a professor of South Asian History at Purdue University She is the author of The Sentinels of Culture: Class, Education, and the Colonial Intellectual in Bengal (Oxford University Press, 2005) and a long time activist for Palestinian justice. She writes extensively on Marxist theory, gender, and the politics of Islamophobia. Her work has been published in the Journal of Asian Studies, South Asia Research, Electronic Intifada, Jacobin, Salon.com and the New Left Review. She is on the editorial board of the International Socialist Review.

Issue #110

Fall 2018

Lessons from the teachers' strike wave

Issue contents

Top story

Editorials

Features

Reviews

  • Thinking Bolsheviks

    Pepijn Brandon reviews October Song: Bolshevik Triumph, Communist Tragedy, 1917–1924 by Paul Le Blanc

Upcoming Articles

  • Grassroots organizing in Appalachia

  • Should socialists support Catalonia’s independence movement?

    Eva María
  • The retreat of the pink tide in Latin America

    Jeffery R. Webber interviewed by Phil Gasper
  • The return of scientific racism

    Phil Gasper
  • What’s the matter with the Israeli working class?*

    Daphna Thier
  • Where is capitalism headed?

    Hadas Thier, David McNally, Lee Wengraf, Lee Sustar and Michael Roberts

Upcoming Reviews

  • A primer on the US alt-right

    Matthew E. Strauss reviews Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump by David Neiwert
  • Socialists and the fight against racism

    Bill Mullen reviews Class Struggle and the Color Line: American Socialism and the Race Question 1900–1930 edited by Paul Heideman
  • Our cities under climate siege

    Zachary Alexis reviews Extreme Cities: The Peril and Promise of Urban Life in the Age of Climate Change by Ashley Dawson
  • Myths and facts about Hezbollah

    Emma Wilde Botta reviews Hezbollah: The Political Economy of Lebanon’s Party of God by Joseph Daher
  • IndefensibleThe politics of internationalist anti-imperialism

    Joey Ayoub reviews Indefensible: Democracy, Counterrevolution, and the Rhetoric of Anti-Imperialism by Rohini Hensman
  • Knowledge factories for capitalism

    Stacey Sexton reviews The Capitalist University: The Transformations of Higher Education in the United States since 1945 by Henry Heller
  • James Connolly’s fight for economic and social liberty

    Kieran Allen reviews The James Connolly Reader edited by Shaun Harkin
  • How the Nicaraguan Revolution was lost

    Todd Chretien reviews What Went Wrong? : The Nicaraguan Revolution: A Marxist Analysis by Dan La Botz
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